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Website sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Malkiel Goldberger in honor of their precious children
info@shidduchcenter.org | 443.955.9887

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Shlomo Goldberger
Question: I spoke to the mother of a boy to find out some details about her son to see if he would be a shidduch for my friend. (This boy is my brother’s friend.) After I had asked all my questions, I emailed her with the résumé of my friend. After about a week, she...
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Question: As a shadchan who has been involved in shidduchim for many years I feel deep empathy for the wonderful people who are waiting so long to find their bashertes. I think that the time has come to rethink what have become the "norms" in dating. It's true that we're in 2020 and the world...
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Featuring Mrs. Elena Tal & Mrs. Devorah Kigel MC – Mrs. Leslie Klein
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Question: 
I am a single yeshivishe woman in my early 30's. As I am an adult, I believe that at this point it is appropriate to move out of my parents' house and create my own living quarters, regardless of whether I have a husband by my side. All of my single friends either live on their...
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Question: I am a single young man who is divorced. I was married for less than a year and do not have children. Some of the shidduchim being redd to me are wonderful young women who have a child or two. How am I supposed to know if I should be considering a shidduch with someone who has children? I understand that being...
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Question: I've been dating for a number of years now and have met all kinds of people from different walks of life. It seems to me that some of the young men I happened to meet are so eager to marry and build a family that they get caught in their blinding desire and don't...
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Question: Like many people, I try from time to time to suggest shidduchim to singles I know. In the majority of cases, it's the girl’s side who rejects the suggestion based on the fact that the boy isn't spiritually suitable for them. It may be that the boy is learning in yeshiva but also attending school to learn a vocation...
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Question: On several occasions, my son has had girls run out of his car after a date. He tells the girl that he had a nice date, and then, for example, he adds that he’ll call her (if that’s where they’re up to), and she flies out of the car without a proper good night. ...
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Dear Panelists, I am a single girl in shidduchim. I have an idea and I’m curious to hear what you think of it.  In my circles, it’s accepted that the first date is three hours long. Between driving to the hotel (or wherever people go now that hotels are closed), spending time there and driving back,...
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