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According to the survey, in spite of the fact that relatively few in the 18-to-34 bracket say being Jewish is very important, more of them go to Shabbat or a monthly service than most of the other age groups, and they’re the most likely group to go to cultural events.It’s not always about finding a date, of course — but it can be.I haven't even talked to him personally but I feel like I'm starting to obsess about him. You can’t will obsessive thoughts away; that just makes them come back stronger. Perhaps this is a good place to share with you a quote from Pearl S. (Do they still have you read The Good Earth in high school? In other words, your job is: (1) to not go out with “this guy;” (2) to replace him in your life with other things; and (3) to replace obsessions of him with your thought plan. I had a sports medicine specialist collegue/ athlete in our healthcare facility whom all know is married with a nice family but kept making passes to me in the form of offering to do full body message for me, not in his present healthcare facility workplace but in the privicy of my bedroom or hotel room (read erotic message plus sex).I see him every day and I just can't stop thinking about him all day long. We just kept emailing him invitations to hospital healthcare seminars and fundraisers and hold normal conversations with him, He will soon get the hint and perish the idea.“We’re done with swiping,” said one of The Yentas, Rachel Bycer, alluding to how one looks at photos of prospective dating partners on a phone app. Let’s take it offline.” Younger Jews make up a sizable portion of the Bay Area Jewish population.The 18-to-29 demographic represents the largest Jewish cohort in the nine-county Bay Area, making up 29 percent of the 281,000 Jewish adults.If she hasn't even spoken to the boy yet, it's as good as a crush on a celebrity, pointless, and will be replaced with another favorite soon enough.
“I was all about that,” the 26-year-old San Francisco resident told J.Those kinds of events are important: Even when young Jews want to date fellow Jews, with dating website JDate completely passé, and newer app JSwipe on the wane, it’s hard for them to find each other.“If people are willing to put themselves out there, they’re relying on community events,” said Cantor.“I’ve always wanted to be set up.” Cantor was one of 150 people who recently signed up to fill out personal information in order to be matched and sent out on a date through the hard work of some young members of Congregation Emanu-El in San Francisco known as The Yentas.She’s also one of the 55,000 young and single Jews in the Bay Area, according to this year’s “Portrait of Bay Area Jewish Life and Communities,” a survey commissioned by the S. It’s a generation that finds itself hustling to make ends meet and increasingly strapped for time, yet drawn to a back-to-the-roots dating scene, where meeting in real life is taking on a sense of retro authenticity appealing in a largely online world.