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Go to any large quality kosher restaurant on almost any night and you’re sure to find a sheva brachot meal in progress.
As a married woman, I get to see the other side of the dating world these days – that of the ‘matchmaker’ – and wonder what message is being sent to my generation of bright, religiously passionate women.
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Sometimes people are so frantic to change their lives that they’ve no real idea of how difficult it may be to ever get remarried. People who divorced young, under 30 and with no kids or with one or two have a high probability of getting remarried if they’re marriage-minded.
For women over 35 it is trickier especially as the more children a divorced woman has goes right to the heart of her eligibility and chances for remarriage but you still see a bunch of second marriages in one’s 30s.
Manhattan has a large population of Orthodox women who will never have children. If a man is financially successful and perhaps reasonably attractive he can get married for the first time in his 40s but if by 50 he hasn’t tied the knot, women under 40 generally won’t consider him and he probably has a reputation of being commitment phobic, which earns him the sobriquet of “toxic bachelor.” The Divorced The escalating divorce rate in the Orthodox community apes the behavior of American society as a whole where there is a perception that quick and simple solutions exist to complex problems.