• It’s important to be in touch with yourself and know what you need before entering shidduchim.*
  • Stay positive. A bad date isn’t always a dead end; your date might have a friend they think is a better fit for you. (It happens all the time)*
  • Make sure to thank the waiter, hold open the door, etc. on a date it shows that you think about others. *
  • Because you are opposite genders, sometimes you may judge what she does as socially inappropriate, but it can just be a gender difference.*
  • Be respectful the entire date, even if you feel that it may not work out. She is still a human and has feeling.*
  • Never say anything negative about yourself or anyone in your family. – Rabbi Avigdor Miller*
  • Daven for Siyata Dishmaya. – Heard from my mother*

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  • CORONA! (goes without saying…)
  • Family
  • Grandparents
  • Cousins. Uncles
  • Her job
  • Parents’ jobs
  • Community
  • Shul
  • Her friends
  • Summers
  • Camp
  • Family trips
  • Seminary
  • Israel
  • Winter vacation
  • Hobbies
  • Reading
  • Sports
  • Chasunas
  • Music
  • Instruments
  • shopping
  • late nights
  • house layout
  • Shabbos. Yomim Tovim
  • Birthdays.
  • Presents.
  • Driving.
  • Chavrusa Tumult
  • Food in yeshiva.
  • Her favorite speakers
  • School/College

  • Technology
  • Internet
  • (Movies)
  • Fashion
  • Learning vs working
  • Daas torah
  • Kids going off the derech
  • English in mesivta
  • Newspapers
  • Following sports
  • Money
  • Smoking
  • Drinking
  • Living comfortably vs Kollel life
  • How long you expect her to work
  • Chinuch
  • Your relationship with your parents/Rabbeim
  • Goals in life
  • What kind of work you would like to go in to
  • What line of work she would like to go in to
  • Why you want to get married

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