I want to greatly thank greatly, the administrator, and all shadchanim, especially Elisheva Altman for helping me BS"D find Michael. But G-d has most amazing ways when we least expect!
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If your Perfect Match was standing right in front of you, would you even know it?
More specifically, fear of failure and fear of vulnerability. If there’s no red flags and we’re moving forward, then there’s more of a commitment to get to know them — and (*gasp*) let them get to know us.
I know tons of people who want to find the right relationship, but when an opportunity arrives, they freeze. When we’re doing it right, dating is actually really scary. It’s hard to let our walls down and let ourselves be known and loved, little by little, assuming that we’re sharing an appropriate amount of ourselves, not over-sharing. See, what we’re really asking for here is a sense of safety and security when it comes to our decisions in dating. But I think the answer to having a healthy relationship with God, ourselves, and the souls we’re privileged to get to know while dating is to choose despite those fears.
Our writers explore and prepare you for the thoughts and feelings we all experience on our dating journey to keep things fun and interesting.