The CoronaCrush Facebook boasts a following of 10,000 users, and was designed to help Jews worldwide find romantic relationships while under lockdown.
The matchmaker responds: I have received so many messages lately about closures and social distancing and/or from the individuals I set up, who are scared and lost in this time.
‘It's too hard to just meet strangers when you don't know where they've been… or if they have the virus,’ says one Israeli single
"If he says 'Good morning' and then 'Happy birthday,' he has no heart. If he says 'Happy birthday' before 'Good morning,' he’s an idiot."
"All your dog wants is for you to show them the way" through compassionate leadership and positive reinforcement.
While Masa Israel Journey is not a matchmaking agency, it's not surprising that the programs' participants meet people and fall in love in Israel.
According to Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, many women feel their husbands are shutting them out of their lives.
Right on time for Valentine's Day
Yes, we know that we have Tu Be’Av, but it is in the middle of the summer – and why not celebrate love twice a year?
“The Great Lover” inspired me to make a list of the things I take for granted in Jerusalem, but which nevertheless enrich my life.