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Our Latest Jewish Dating advice A conversation with Saw You At Sinai Matchmaker and Jewish Dating Coach Lori Salkin @Lori Salkin: Hey, can you talk? I went on a few dates with someone recently who is so nice and kind and caring and checks off nearly all my boxes…I really feel like a bad person saying this next part, but the wow factor is missing…????they’re really objectively good looking (gorgeous eyes btw) and they’re really a nice person, I just don’t feel it…there’s no spark…sigh…I don’t want to settle.Is your ring finger about as long as your middle finger?While this question isn’t explained and we couldn’t find any scholarly articles to back it up, some websites, including the Huffington Post, have published pieces about how the length of a person’s fingers correlates with their personality.Lori has also consulted for Fortune 500 companies on Human Resources issues and has served as Scholar in Residence in Synagogues and Universities nationwide.In addition to matchmaking, professionally, Lori was elected to public office in Massachusetts in 2009 and previously worked for MSNBC in New York City and NBC News in Boston. in Finance and Management from Fordham University in 2008 and Masters Certificate at the Juilliard School in Dalcroze Pedagogy and Piano.The website layout also looks cluttered and less modern than some of the other websites we looked at.
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You don’t need to make a decision so early on whether or not this is “the one.” Take your time – there is no rush.
Don’t worry about your parents calling you saying, “so…are you dating anyone…,” or married friends telling you you’re being too picky.
And I am sure you are wondering, why does their relationship come so naturally while I have to work so hard at mine?
Well, all relationships are different and have parts that come more easily, and parts that require more effort.