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Readers should know that the description in Mishpacha was not exaggerated.

2) I think that the proposed solution runs the risk of ameliorating one crisis by adding to a different one – one that Mishpacha is less likely to write about.

My theory on dating and marriage was always that things in common and ability to carry on in endless conversation trumped most anything else.

The issue starts in the shidduch process, where people wonder what to talk about on their dates.Besides abandoning CC for two weeks while running the Tikvah Program for Yeshiva Men (reaction coming later) and a few days of decompression at Mammoth, I waited to see if readers of Mishpacha would pick up on the flaws I spotted in the original piece.They didn’t – at least the ones that the magazine agreed to publish.On a lark, I emailed my friend Cynthia Bowman,* a devout Mormon who grew up in Salt Lake City and returns there often, and asked her whether Mormon sex ratios are as lopsided as the ARIS study claimed.[Editor’s note: “Cynthia Bowman” is a pseudonym, as are other names denoted with an asterisk.Ah, the glorious dating process…It is probably one of a mother’s biggest nightmares and here’s why.You would think General Electric’s biggest competitor is BMG Lakewood Yeshiva and The Mir.It ends during the engagement, wedding, and post simcha celebrations, because you can avoid real life and talk about everything going on.I have friends who literally had nothing to talk about with their wives and I always wondered about the awkward silences that must have persisted in their homes because they were too frum for movies or post marriage dating.There is a post on the Yeshiva World News forum about having nothing to talk about with your husband and the comments that follow are quite atrocious.Instead of facing the huge problem of having nothing in common or of interest in your lives, the world is telling you to write thank you notes, get permission from your rabbi to go to concerts, or take cooking classes.