The dating process, which can be exciting and fun, has unfortunately turned into an anxiety-producing nightmare for many. I set out to write this piece in order to help those who are participating in the YU dating scene and have thus far been unsuccessful in finding their match. Based on conversations with friends, alumni and my own life experiences, I suggest the following advice, which will hopefully ameliorate our anxieties on dating in general, and particularly at YU. Despite the advantages of signing up, some people refrain from doing so because of the negative stigmas that surround dating services. Let me be clear: It is not a sign of weakness to join, nor does it mean that you do not have enough friends to set you up on your own. It is a supplement to your personal search, connecting you with people who you might never have otherwise met.
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YUConnects hosts “A Conversation on Dating”- April 1st | The Jewish Future
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YUConnects hosts “A Conversation on Dating”- April 1st
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