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The site is run by Encounter Usa and its Director, Baltimore psychotherapist and self-esteem author, Rabbi Yisroel Roll, who can be reached at [email protected] in singles with medical issyes seeking a shidduch.
They flush and goggle and look like they might cry from happiness.
You can practically hear their little hearts beating faster.
This is not a rant on dating, but specifically on Jewish mentality in dating. A plaxe where 2x more women then men my age, and 20% of the pipulation is Jewish. No model, but decent becided the annoying baldness. Plus, im looking for a serious relationship and start a family. Thinking "Gee, most Jewish people wana meet other Jews...right? Apparently, being poor and going to a crappy Yeshivas automatically puts you in the reject list. Tried going to shul on a Shabbat in the UWS and everyone is in a clique, and my every approach after services was coldly rejected.
In the jon religious world, theres 3 ways: jdate, speed dating, and luck of the draw.
Secondly, there is embedded nature of JST that has permeated across all JYA communities world-wide and has become so systematic that it seems irreparable.
A group of JYAs who have all agreed with each other to meet at the local JDate Speed-dating event at will not bother showing up till pm because they know full well that none of their counterparts will be there till pm either.
The "sponsor" can then email the background form to his/her single talmid and ask them to fill in the details and email it back to the "sponsor".
Once the "sponsor" uploads the form, with any additional comments, to the web site, he/she can then search the site for a possible shidduch for his/her student.
While many cultures exhibit the quality of delayed arrival, there are specific traits within the Jewish community that make JST a distinct anomaly which merits further study. JYAs can be seen running through the airport to catch a flight because they couldn’t leave the house on time, while JEs can be seen sitting in the departure lounge reading Margaret Atwood three and a half hours before boarding time.