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I want him to be willing to celebrate with me when I am moved to celebrate.
I really don't know why I've dated mostly non-Jews–they just happen to have been people I've been drawn to.
One of them dumped me after a couple weeks of casual dating to immediately begin pursuing my roommate, the other led me to believe he wanted an emotional relationship when all he wanted was a physical one.
My first serious boyfriend was Albanian, Eastern Orthodox, and knew very little about Judaism.
I'll always have a soft spot in my heart for those fun few months. I suppose I know what I don't want when I see it and tend to shut it down as soon as I know it won't work.
My two brief experiences with Jewish men, incidentally, both ended badly.
Have your respective family situations affected your dating histories?
I haven't been in a serious relationship with any Jewish guys.
I'm cringing at this question, because the answer is "no." Outside of work, few of my friends are Jewish, so I'm rarely in a situation where I meet Jewish guys. At the same time, and after lots of consideration, I've decided that I don't need to be married to a Jewish person to live the kind of Jewish life that I want for myself.After graduating, I dated another tall, skinny redhead (I guess I have a "type") from rural Minnesota--also not Jewish.I thought we might end up getting married, and he was fine with the fact that I wanted to have a Jewish family.Growing up, did your families impose expectations that you should marry Jewish?I think my parents always wanted me to marry a good person. My father was Catholic when he married my mom (he later converted to Judaism), so it would have been hypocritical for them to pressure me into a Jewish marriage.