Rather than fighting a lifetime of difficulties, as he puts it, Silverstein advises Jewish youth to hold fast to their roots and to make efforts to build a larger network of Jewish friends.He suggests that singles try blind dates, attend Jewish summer camps, and search out colleges with a high number of Jewish students. The 17-year-old pom-pom girl hangs out with friends of different religions and sees nothing wrong with attending a dance or other events with a non-Catholic.I think there's a stereotype out there of "clueless man" - the guy who gets it all wrong with women.The guy who gets nervous when he sees a girl, who says the wrong thing but has no idea why it's wrong, the guy who can't get a date etc etc... This relationship feels like so much work, and Karen wonders if it's worth it.
However, some of Cher's attempts at righting the world's minor wrongs indeed produce the results she anticipates, such as with matchmaking between two of her teachers.
When I read through the "ask a girl" section of the forums a lot of guys admit they don't know what to do when it comes to women, that they're nervous and can't get a date, and that they're really not sure of what they're doing wrong. Most of the stereotypes in dating refer to psycho women, or slutty woman etc(I'm not saying those stereotypes are fair, but just that they are out there). I usually use the word nieve or inexperienced it has a slighlty less negative cannotationthan ditz, to me a ditz is someone who is overly excited about everything and usually pretty stupid when it comes to logic and practicality.
But what about clueless women - women who haven't got a clue when it comes to dating. I'd guess that the best example of such a woman is: the niave girl who's contantly falling for guys who use her for sex; or is constantly complaining that all of the guys she meets turn out to be players or liars; or the girl who wonders "why do all guys just want sex?
But, now it feels like those differences make it impossible for you to really communicate and connect.
You end up disappointed and frustrated much of the time.
You and your date are sitting in a corner booth, laughing over a clever joke. And when we're with my family, we do things our way."Although Alli has grown up in a Jewish home and has attended both Torah and Hebrew schools, she points out that her faith community is small. We've known the guys since we were little, so we wouldn't date one of them.