Monthly Archives: November 2012

Dealing with a spouses ex

Spotted a funny page called “The underground guide to Shidduch dating“, but the main gist of this post is for – B”esras Hashem – my future wife. Ann Mazzaferro writes about how to deal with ones husbands (vindictive) ex. I … Continue reading

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Words from the Rebbe – who qualifies

My (frum) friend in NY advised me to look beyond the step (madrega) that one is on, “you need not be on the same step as your beshert”. It was during a discussion on my challenge to find a frum … Continue reading

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Shidduch with kids – advice for becoming a step-parent

These articles seemed very relevant and since I’m open to marrying someone with kids, and B”H when I find someone who will marry me this appears to be sound advice. Lilly Lion writes about Stepmom Do’s and Don’ts and Elizabeth … Continue reading

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Breslovs agree – Bashert Is Bashert

Ozer Bergman, an editor for the Breslov Research Institute, a spiritual coach, and author of Where Earth and Heaven Kiss: A Practical Guide to Rebbe Nachman’s Path of Meditation, offers some renditions of Reb Noson’s prayers to find one’s bashert: … Continue reading

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There’s only one rule – you have to marry a jewish girl

My father taught me that theres only one rule – “you have to marry a jewish girl”. If you want to be Jewish that is… and you’re part of a long line of Jews, because of you your children will … Continue reading

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39 things for singles to do

I’m not sure where this originated or who the original author is although my sense is that anyone – not only singles – can benefit from this.  Of course going through a divorce or any other hard time in life, … Continue reading

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Supported by Mishnah – so and so

Dr. Terri Orbuch, research professor at the University of Michigan and author of the new book “Finding Love Again: 6 Simple Steps to a New and Happy Relationship,” has found that some of the best relationship advice comes from people … Continue reading

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