So Heather made the right move by ditching Andrew, but why all the confusion?While it’s true that Jewish men might feel more pressure to settle down and get serious when dating a Jewish woman, I never met a Jewish man who would not attempt to get physically intimate with a woman he was attracted to.My only critique is that she only turned to women to help her understand her dilemma.You see, if you want to truly understand what is really going on in the mind of the average (and above) single Jewish male, you need to turn to one of their own for the truth. ranges from old-fashioned matchmaking to dating without any emphasis on religion at all.A site called JDate exists exclusively to bring Jewish singles together.Men just don’t think that much when they’re feeling the “love”.
The most important thing about men that women need to know is this: When a man is romantically interested in a woman he will do whatever it takes to be with her.So Heather, Amy, and all the other lovely single Jewish ladies out there trying to understand why the guy they’re physically or verbally dating isn’t making his move, please remember this one line and be confused no longer: When a man is romantically interested in a woman he will do whatever it takes to be with her. Here's a brief overview, including a look at some of the more modern ways of meeting fellow Jews.If Jared felt the same physical attraction for Heather that he does for Svetlana, he’d be offering Heather a lot more than words. If he changes his mind and decides he wants to date her (not just her mind) he will let her know.Unfortunately, he’s not giving up the lovely Svetlana. Until then Heather is just enabling him to continue “double dipping”. Continue speaking with Jared and feeling totally confused and frustrated.This site is committed to connecting Orthodox Jews.