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My dad, on the other hand, is a staunch atheist (Jewish… ), so he does not care, he just wants grandkids, and he tells me this a lot.Yeah, I feel like the appreciation of the culture (and some of the weirder foods/traditions) is super important. think it is Molly — just from my current relationship.Molly: I’ve never felt any explicit pressure from my family.They’ve always been very vocal about wanting me to be happy and whoever winds up making me happy is okay with them. Though when I recently mentioned to my mom that I wanted to try to date somebody Jewish, she literally squealed, so…I don’t at all feel pressure to date a Jewish person and never have.However, I’m certain that if I had children, my mom would want them to be raised Jewish.But now we’re turning more generally to the thorny issues related to dating Jewish (or not).
He loves to learn about Jewish culture, which I really appreciate, and almost didn’t realize I’d appreciate so much until I had sure, it’s starting to feel more important now that I am An Old and looking for a Husband.
I’ve also gotten much more into celebrating my Judaism as I’ve gotten older.
I think I used to kind of scorn it because it was something I was forced to do by my family.
Then she was single for the next four years, and now she’s in her second serious relationship with a guy she met in a Judaic Studies seminar on Jewish humor (“of all places”).
Al is engaged to a non-Jewish-but-considering-conversion-maybe-eventually-woman. She’s dated Jews and non-Jews and she’s dated (in her words) “I guess a lot.” Let’s dive in…
I didn’t realize how much I valued Jewish community until I didn’t have it.