If you’re frustrated with dating and still looking for love, have you considered hiring a matchmaker? While I understand there are a lot of questions about their success rates, how often you’ll be matched, and the cost, I think the concept of trying to connect two compatible people is still a valid one.
For Jewish singles, historically, the process of meeting, getting acquainted with each other, and deciding if you’re a good fit was mandated by Jewish law. In biblical times, Jewish people were married very young. Marriages were mostly contracted within specific family circles and it was undesirable to marry outside the Jewish culture.
Of course we all know that modern dating is very different. These days, finding a date is like finding a job – it’s laborious!
Sure, hiring a matchmaker can be a serious investment, but it can also dramatically reduce the significant time and effort required to meet someone who is truly commitment-ready, aligned with your values, and suited for your unique personality. Engaging a matchmaker doesn’t mean your love life is hopeless, according to Alassandra Conti, founder of Matchmakers in the CIty.” It isn’t a sign of defeat and it’s nothing to be ashamed of,” says Conti. “What it does mean is that you’re prepared to be proactive and do something life-changing.”
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