Entertaining and unforgettable- #ShidduchCrisis is a collection of short stories that will make you laugh, cry and everything in between. #ShalomBayis, the follow up just as engaging as the first, is now available in all online bookstores.
Welcome to the world of shidduch dating
Like any world, it has its stereotypes. We've got the stingy guy and the superficial girl, the too-religious, the not-religious-enough and everyone in between. Those who are in it because they want to and those who are in it because their moms made them.
And mostly we've got the pressure. Pressure, pressure, pressure on all ends.
Basically, it's a lot of fun, a lot of tears, a lot of arguments and some love.
I'm sure you'll relate.
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An Orthodox Jewish method of dating in which singles are introduced for the purpose of marriage. Also, an intense and short period of time in which said singles are expected to make a life-altering decision.
These short stories highlight some repercussions that may arise. A humorous, uncensored, thought-provoking perspective.
The New #Shalombayis
Mariage is fun. Marriage is exciting, and romantic, and magical. And it's also... not.
It's the exhaustion of waking up at 4 a.m. for your newborn baby. It's the stress of bills, the pang of jealously, the mesh of personalities that don't always mesh.
It's finding out that the guy you dated is different than the one you live with. That the woman you married isn't what she seemed.
Welcome to shalom bayis.
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The Jewish religious concept of domestic harmony and good relations (or shalom) between husband and wife. These short stories highlight some tried and tested methods of attaining Shalom Bayis. Not all of them work... some even fail terribly.
A humorous, uncensored, thought-provoking perspective.
Check out what readers have to say and don't forget to leave your own review:
Rabbi Rachel Esserman of The Reorter newspaper. Read her review HERE.
Heidi Slowinski, author of The House on Maple Street. Read her review HERE.
Batya Medad, book enthusaist and Shiloh local. Read her review HERE.
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