They have dated non-Jewish men most of their adult lives.
From what to order in a Kosher deli to what to wear to a Purim party, this book answers all the questions you'll face as the love interest of a nice Jewish boy or girl.
When I first saw this book, I was conflicted, maybe even insulted.
It can only help to make non-Jewish partners and spouses more comfortable among members of the North American, culturally Jewish tribe.
The authors, 31, know a tad about their chosen subject.
Learn everything you need to know about the holidays, traditions, beliefs, and culture of the Jew you love . They are currently mixing it up (and trying not to break their parents' hearts) in San Francisco.
What to Do When You're Dating a Jew will:give you a quick overview of the basics of Judaismprepare you for meeting your significant other's Jewish familybrief you on Jewish holidays, ceremonies, and ritualsalert you to potentially embarrassing situations and show you how to avert them entertain you with "It happened to me" stories from interfaith couples Peppered with definitions of Yiddish terms, historical facts, jokes, quotes, and even recipes, this is essential reading for any woman or man involved with a Jew, whether looking for a deeper understanding of the Jewish faith or simply looking to survive a first seder at Bubbe's house. Block are authorities on this subject, as they have been Jews all of their lives and have been dating outside the tribe almost as long.
It will be an effort, but I’ll do it for the birthrate.
And while we’re making concessions, should Jewish men give us anything in return?This entry was posted by Esther Kustanowitz on July 1, 2008 at am, and is filed under Uncategorized. You can leave a response or trackback from your own site.“With American Jewish men brought up from the earliest age to pair up with Jewish women and still so many choose non Jewish mates perhaps Jewish women must reflect on what they might be doing to drive these men away.” For one, I know that my sense of humor is intimidating to men and women alike.So I’m going to try to be less entertaining from now on.But in reality, as a member of the Jewish faith, I am not the book's target.