I'm in Love With a Jewish Girl

by Michael Preston
(Hollywood FL, USA)

I'm 35 she's 20, we're both half Arab, she's half Israeli, I'm half Anglo white, she's Jewish, I'm Christian. She grew up in New York, me in South and Central Florida. I adore her more than anything, I'd do anything just for a chance and we're both physically attractive even though she's way hotter... what should I do? We see each other about once or twice a week and I know she finds me attractive, likes me as a person and knows I'm crazy about her which I can tell she thinks it's sweet but I'm not sure it's enough.

Any tips? Also I would normally never date anyone that much younger, much less pursue them, however she's one in a million and I would die for her without thinking about it. I don't mean that in a crazy way, but anyway got any tips?

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Apr 29, 2015
My Suggestions
by: Michael

Here's a few recommendations Michael:

1. Keep the communication open, honest and upbeat - keep the relationship and chemistry going.

2. Show her a good time. Take her on more dates, buy her a good meal at a good restaurant, buy her some movie tickets or concert tickets or whatever she is into - spoil her. Physical gifts show a girl that you really care and want to take care of her.

3. In a comfortable & casual setting, just ask her honestly what her goals are. Is she looking for a relationship? Is she looking for someone Jewish? Then just listen t what she has to say. Decide if her relationship goals are similar to yours.

4. If she is concerned about continuing her Jewish heritage, then you should know that even if she marries someone non-Jewish, her kids will still be considered Jewish. This is because Jewish lineage is recognized by Jewish authorities as matrilineal - meaning it flows down the line of mothers. It does not matter that the father is not Jewish, the children would still be fully Jewish.

5. And finally - if the dates and gifts and communication haven't yet lead to this point, then do this anyway - be honest and tell her your feelings.

6. If she doesn't quite feel the same way about you, move on (I know it sounds cliched but you will find someone else). If she does feel the same way about you, mazaltov! ;-)

Hope that helps.

Michael Celender

P.S. This is a great book written by a friend of mine on relationships and how to make them work, I highly recommend it: http://www.amazon.com/Picking-Right-Singles-Guide-Finding/dp/1886668973/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1430324330&sr=8-1&keywords=picking+right

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