Their intense courtship unraveled with head-spinning speed.
I see his raw qualities; everyone else is saying he's wrong for me. What should I do?
When is it time to get serious about the idea of marriage?
If I commit to this man, I'm closing the door on all other possible relationships, including my old high school flame.
He’s growing Jewishly and his life is in flux. Does that rule out dating for marriage?
He’s ready, she’s not. How to say “wait” without sounding alarm bells.
Every time they get closer, he pulls back.
He comes from a lower-class background. Will she be able to accept and respect him?
Date after date, she’s setting guys up for failure.
Surviving the phenomenon of “we want to get married, but not now.”
He's not meeting her upper-class lifestyle expectations.
Was it the meddling mother that stopped the engagement?
Their early meetings sizzled, but now he's cool. What's the message?
She broke up with him twice. Is it time to give up?
At age 31, how can she “catch up” to her peers in the dating process?
Geographic restrictions have meant the fire has not caught on. A cause for concern?
All her friends are getting married, but she likes her life just the way it is.
They have vastly different approaches to spending money. Can they coexist?
She broke the engagement, and is now second-guessing that decision.
He was unfaithful following the engagement. Is it 100% over?
Is he old enough to make his own decision?
She has little attachment to her Jewish roots. Is this a deal-breaker?
My daughter's relationship is stuck. What's the boundary between helping and interfering?
Can she be ultimately fulfilled without achieving her goal of marriage?
After carrying on a lengthy correspondence, she's shocked to find out that he's married.
She never respected her father, and now has trouble respecting all men. Help!
Mom is worried about her son who shows no signs of settling down.
She revealed too much about her dating history. Now it's haunting him.
With six weeks till the wedding, mom is worried sick.
One disappointment after another has left her without hope.
He is pre-occupied with family issues. How long should she wait?
She believes her sister is too immature for marriage. Should she try to stop it?
She feels stuck taking care of aging parents. Can she make a life of her own?
At age 36 he's just breaking out of his social shell. Is he doomed to dating failure?
She wants to observe Shabbat; he wants to take road trips.
"On paper," she has everything he's looking for.
She's afraid to bring up the M word.
What can you safely cross off your checklist?
Her parents have more money to give. Does that create a problem?
She's ready to tie the knot, but he's just getting in the game.
They have fun together, but it's not progressing past superficiality.
Easy international travel and communication increases the chances of a long-distance courtship.
He wants to meet someone Jewish, but it's been five years of trying with no luck.
She wants to fall head-over-heels in love, but this courtship process is taking so much time!
Like urban legends, they sound reasonable. But they're not.
She's concerned that her engaged friend is headed for a troubled marriage. Should she try to stop it?
Should she call him back if he fails to do so?
She's serious about finding a husband, and using the Internet to test the waters.
As a widower, he hasn't yet told his children that he's dating again. Is he playing with fire?
While all her friends and relatives are married with kids, she's still searching.