However, a very important group of people has not been sufficiently addressed.
I am referring to many excellent frum boys and girls who have a medical issue or some physical disability.
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There is some interesting research about the phenomenon in online dating (and I extend that to my experience of shidduch dating as well) regarding a distinction between search by criterion and experience and how much searching by some "measurable" criteria fails at actually finding compatibility.
I am done with questions and information about potential dates (and myself) that have nothing to do with actually experiencing the other person.
This includes medical issues that are in the past and conditions that are current.
These young people are often very well adjusted, have excellent middos, and a tremendous sensitivity and understanding about life." "With the haskama and brachos of Gedolei Yisrael, Boneh Bayis has been organized to fill this need.
It has the tone of the old, short-lived, Yeshiva Daze blog where the author still had some hope of changing things when he started it.
You can hear the kids popping the bubble wrap in the background, the packing noodles and peanuts are all over the floor, the author still hopes to sway some minds, to make friends and influence people, to make enemies and enrage people.
In fact, I'm not sure it really ever was -I certainly didn't quite fit that mold. For my sanity, I need to try something else, something new, something different. First, that this isn't about becoming less religious.
In fact, I've found more observance as I've worked through the process, and a deeper connection with God as I continue to pour my heart and pain out -both in dating and in davening.
These days would-be bloggers burn up all their energy and angst posting on Facebook, arguing in the Yiddishkeit?