So you are Jewish, single and dating…AGAIN!
Over the past 16 months and since the COVID-19 Pandemic drastically changed all our lives, Jewish singles have expressed their frustration about looking for love online, swiping right or left or having meaningless chit-chat on zoom and facetime in search of their beshert.
Now more than ever, Jewish singles want to talk about their dating frustrations,
“Tens of thousands of Jewish singles in the United States are struggling to form and secure lasting relationships. Many are distressed and demoralized, further pressured by worried parents and grandparents,” according to relationship coach and London based Rabbi Yossi Ives.
Maybe you have that stereotypical Jewish relative who always asks, “When are you going to settle down and find yourself a nice man/woman?” Or the dreaded…”Have you met someone yet?”
If you are 35+, Jewish and single or single and looking to meet someone Jewish…we are talking about it! Yes. It’s a THING! Talking candidly with like minded Jewish singles and dating experts about the good, the bad and…the sex! Maybe at this stage in your life, you’ve got more time and money to spend on yourself, and you can live more spontaneously. But that doesn’t mean singledom doesn’t come with challenges.
So, who has it worse – single women or single men? Why does society make us feel bad or inferior or less when we are single? Should singles receive professional guidance from relationship experts, religious leaders and matchmakers who understand the stress and disappointments of single life and dating? In a word, Absolutely! The bottom line is that modern dating is really difficult, let alone trying to meet a like-minded Jewish partner who you truly connect with. With all of this in mind, Jewish Singles Radio was born to help Jewish singles feel better about themselves and their choices.
Jewish singles Radio is thriving and delivering powerful interviews with top professionals engaging in the age-old art of conversation. The one hour talk show hosted by myself and Diana Pivenshteyn is an eye opener.