Get The Ring: How to Find & Keep the Right One for Life.
Rosie & Sherry - Part 1
Rosie & Sherry Introduction
Rosie Einhorn, a psychotherapist, and Sherry Zimmerman, a family lawyer, are the authors of the book, "In the Beginning: How to Survive Your Engagement and Build a Great Marriage," published by Targum Press, as well as "Talking Tachlis: A Single’s Strategy for Marriage." They are also the founders of "Sasson v'Simcha," a non-profit organization which provides programs and services to help Jewish singles. Rosie and Sherry also present seminars on effective dating throughout Israel and the U.S. They can be reached at their website: www.jewishdatingandmarriage.com. In the following presentation Rosie and Sherry will draw on their extensive research and counseling experience to provide a concise, practical guide to dating.
Rosie Einhorn, M.S.W. & Sherry Zimmerman, J.D.
Blind DatesLet's be honest, how may of us really look forward to going on a blind date? Even if we've been told wonderful things about the person we're going to meet and even if we trust the judgment of the people who set us up, we're still going to be a little anxious. The questions we ask ourselves can range from — 'What will she look like?' To — 'Is he as great as my friend says?' To — 'Will we get along?' or even — 'Will she even show up?' What about the thoughts that go on inside our heads after our blind date takes place? — 'I can't believe my friends would set me up with someone like that! What did they ever think I would see in him!' Or — 'She sounded so nice over the telephone, what a letdown!' You promise yourself that you will never again let yourself be suckered into another blind date.
Of course, as time goes on and the dating well runs dry, you are going to let yourself be talked into another introduction. This time you might be a little less hopeful that this date might actually be the start of a relationship. This time you'll reign in your expectations a little so that you don't set yourself up for a disappointment. Yet, on the other hand you may think — This time it sounds as though I've really, really been set up with someone who's going to be right for me.
We will let you in on a little secret. There is a very good chance that this time you might actually meet someone who is right for you. The majority of married couples will tell you that they didn't meet at a party, or a club, or in college. They met because someone introduced them to each other.
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