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May 18, 2009


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Some days ago, I published a post in adwomen.org about this topic and I wondered if Della was really useful or just another attempt to reach women without knowing us.

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Sam, I think the communal apcraoph to Jewish singles of any age could use some work. What I've seen happen is that the singles themselves get fed up and either go elsewhere or form their own groups, mobilizing to create a community where none exists. This doesn't work in every geographical region of course, but you may want to give it a try, starting online at first and then branching out once you've reached a critical mass (whatever that means to you). Or you could do a small gathering at someone's house and ask each of them to bring someone in the age/marital demographic. These are not cures, or magical, or terribly inventive, but the person-to-person is important

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