Dating 101 why am i still single
Dear Rebbetzin Feige, I'm a single Jewish 30-something woman looking for my soul mate and for the life of me I cannot find a solid Jewish mensch who, I hate to say it, is emotionally mature, ambitious, ready to settle down and commit to building a loving marriage.Someone who can handle a smart, Jewish woman like me.The truth is, I felt anxious about whether I’d have the time and energy for someone else.I feared that a break-up with one person would lead to a break-up with the other.When your crush is single, it seems like there are all sorts of possibilities, and once that relationship status changes on Facebook…
Imagine now if another girl was all mad at you because of your new relationship status. Try to use that as a way to diffuse your probably complex feelings toward your crush's new GF.
Here's the bottom line: These women frequently brings out the best in a man as they inevitably make you feel younger, more vital, more focused; brimming with confidence and attracting even more "success" as you pursue other goals in life and achieving total personal fulfillment along the way.
They suddenly think they're "too old." They'll feel strange, uncomfortable... And as much as they try to ignore it, there's always that constant nagging, lingering feeling that "something's just not right." Maybe they feel they're not "hip" or "cool" enough to keep up and date these sweet young things. It's not as complicated as most guys make it to be.
It's normal if you need an outlet, but keep it a private one, like a journal or a heart-to-heart with mom.
Source: It can seem tempting to hatch a plan to break them up, but definitely do not do that. Yeah, you and your crush used to flirt, but that doesn't mean you should be trying to flirt with him now to make her angry.