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    Penina90
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    Shalom Everyone,
    I am a girl in my late 20s living in Israel and I’m really trying to get married. I grew up frum, but I feel I click with ba’alei teshuva and gerim. This could work to my advantage since they tend to be more open to dating older girls. Anyways, I am kind of at a loss as to how to go about finding these boys. Does anybody have any ideas or know who I can contact to get set up with them? I’m open to FFB too but I know not everyone is willing to date ba’alei teshuvas and gerim, and they are my preference so I thought I would give them a special mention.
    I know a single girl in her late 20s is a dime a dozen at this point, but true to the name of this post, I am trying to do my hishtadlut so if anyone has any ideas or advice, I’d really appreciate it.

    Tizku Lemitzvot!

    #1598276

    ☕️coffee addict
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    I heard of a shadchan that deals only in geirim

    Don’t remember who it is though

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    Joseph
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    How should names be forwarded to you?

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    Toi
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    Lol Joe, could you be more subtle?

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    Meno
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    Hishtadlus or hishtadlut?

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    Penina90
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    sigh Joe: Great question, I wish I knew.

    Meno: depends on my mood

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    👑RebYidd23
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    Don’t consider yourself “a dime a dozen”. Women are not interchangeable.

    #1599259

    ☕️coffee addict
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    Don’t consider yourself “a dime a dozen”. Women are not interchangeable.

    Right and anyways the Gemara in kiddushin says women won’t get married with less than a prutah (25 cents) so it would be 3 dollars a dozen

    #1599387

    WinnieThePooh
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    Do you have any contacts- Rabbanim or their wives – in BT yeshivas, or those yeshivas that BTs tend to continue in after their first stop Yeshivas? Like Aish, Ohr Sameach, Schepel’s, Machon Shlomo. It’s been a long time, but in my day I knew some Rabbanim in some of these places who I would call for information about perspective shidduchim.

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