Dating and the Tinder Revolution.
Four dating lessons we can learn from the uniqueness of matzah.
Attaining the self-assurance you need to achieve true intimacy with another person.
Staying true to yourself while dating.
Making ourselves vulnerable with the relationships in our lives.
Can you fall in love with anyone by asking a list of 36 questions?
An infographic on how to know you’re ready to tie the knot.
5 strategies for dealing with post-date stress in a healthy way.
As someone who hated the dating scene and did something about it, Casey Shevel knows a thing or two about effective dating.
On setting up previous dates, moving to small town for a great job but few dates, and taking a break from dating.
Telling the difference between a minor problem and a major character flaw.
Six tips on how to break up like a mensch.
From Yenta to the Bachelor, being a matchmaker isn’t what you think.
My lessons in dating after divorce.
We broke up a year ago. Should we give it a second chance?
P.D. Eastman’s children’s book is really a tale about searching for your soul mate.
Although they mean well, these three words are like a knife digging deeper into my heart.
Three keys to peering into the soul of the person you’re dating.
A few thoughts on how to better navigate the dating scene.
I would have appreciated a heads-up on a few things. What wisdom do you have to share?
True love requires accepting someone for who they are, without projecting our dreams and fantasies upon them.
A practical tool that could change your dating destiny.
Mistakes that make a man quickly lose interest.
Yes, it’s hard not being married, but I’ve been given an in-the-meantime-blessing and plan on using it as best I can.
To all the women out there looking to marry a Manly Man.
Embracing your vulnerability and trusting that God has your best interest in mind.
I slowly began to realize that Yom Kippur is a gift, not a burden.
A guide to help you find your bashert this year.
Simple changes that can make a big difference.
I knew exactly how I was supposed to feel about the man I'd marry. Until the day I met him.