Dating tips from the doctor
You’re awesome, but no one on the site will know about this unless you tell them! It’s a numbers game, and the more you outflow, the more attention you will attract (the more people will view your profile) and the more contacts you will make and dates you will be able to set up. Other times they may have some life event happening at that exact moment in their life which puts them off dating at all, such as an exam, a busy period at work, a vacation, etc.d. Examples of events like this are group Shabbat dinners, events celebrating the various Jewish holidays and parties (Purim and Chanukkah parties are usually great).To find Jewish social events, first make sure you are part of or in some way connected to Jewish groups (sounds obvious but some people forget this step).There are much less members there than on JDate, but it is well built and easy to use.You can message anyone you want and read anyone’s messages on this site.
Also if someone who has a paid membership messages you, you are notified about that but cannot read that email (you have to pay for a membership first to read the email itself). So you’re getting this from as close to the “horse’s mouth” as you can get. Before I start, let me first tell you that the advice you’re gonna get on this page is from an actual Jewish guy who has dated numerous Jewish girls (not too many but enough to have something to say ;-D).Examples of Jewish groups are Aish Hatorah (Orthodox group), Moishe House (generally Conservative, but Jews of all backgrounds welcome) and Hillel (Jewish college-level group).If you don’t know any Jewish groups in your area, you either are not involved at all in Judaism (and need to get involved) or there are basically no other Jews in your area (in this case you should move to where there are Jews or do the 1st option above – online dating).