She was fine with it all and was even willing to convert at first. I just wanted to make sure she isn't religious/practicing christian or that would definitely mean things couldn't work out. As you can see, some of us "jew boys" are willing to commit and even accept that the woman is not Jewish, as long as she doesn't practice other religion and or attempts to instill her nonjewish religion views onto the family/kids. Reply to Jew Boy It is very difficult to meet the right one in this world People are mostly liars and hide their real intention I think i am a little bit lucky, because i met my hero on an online dating site do not be hopeless, there are still nice and honest people who can give you the love you deserve Life is short and it has no meaning without love.
Few years down the road she started entertaining idea of putting crosses in our house. It is also true that Jewish mothers would never completely accept their off spring marrying none Jew. Thanks to god we have internet dating sites So you can try them as last resort to find your soulmate...
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Reply to Anonymous Hi Yellow, Im sorry to hear about about your friend.
I work in the Jewish community and see numerous cases of a partner converting to Judiasm.
If he is indeed religious, his actions would be frowned upon and his rabbi and entire jewish comunity would put pressure on him to do the right thing and take responsibility for his actions - fact.
No need to get upset darling, just relax ;) Reply to Bb Bb, you could earn mega bucks from ignorant, gullible losers by giving them your in-depth advice and pearly words of wisdom. What do you know about my niece and her pain, to say he was just not into her? Now that's what I call ignorant, making assumptions about something you have no idea about.
Reply to Been there Been there, I find your post offensive.