They are the founders of Sasson V'Simcha ( a non- profit organization that provides programs and services in North America, Israel, and Europe to help Jewish singles and the people who care about them.
Helene, you do need time for yourself, so take it and use it. Get involved with activities, go back to school, figure out what you want careerwise, etc.
I am 23 and have been finding the whole dating environment quite difficult to maneuver.
Unfortunately, there aren't many opportunities to meet -- although the singles are plentiful, the leaders of the community are just not "taking the lead" and the resources are not being used to their potential.
Try gourmet or ethnic cooking, flower arranging, designing games, or any talent you may have neglected.
It's also good to begin a regular exercise program.
They visualize the layout and decor of the room, the way the table is set and the menu that is served.I wanted to ask if you recommend such breaks, if you think that I would naturally feel more positive later on, or if I should actively do something about my feelings. Helene We understand how difficult dating can be -- feeling that you're being judged, repeating the same conversation at each first date, building up hope and then feeling let down, or feeling guilty about rejecting someone yourself.At times, anyone can become fed up with the dating process, and if you experience this, then a break from dating is a good idea.If you don't like running or aerobics, try kick-boxing, swimming, Israeli dance, tennis...Exercise has psychological as well as physical benefits.