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I heard that the Bobover Rav, Reb Shlome assered Bobover chassisdim from marrying their first cousins.
Is there any truth in this?
RT shkia is as a generall rule approx 20mins before nacht.
However if you daven mincha after shkia, be careful not to daven maariv before nacht straight after.
You gotta wake your kids up with a smile and keep things happy. Shouting at them will just put both of you in a bad mood.
I open the curtains smiling and jokily, waking up the kids with a smile on their faces. Even if they are grumpy, keep on being happy and smiley.
if they insists on staying in bed, take the covers off them and stand them up, still joking and saying funny stuff.
Its very simple. I’m not judging people as breeders or being overprotective. If it was just the girls parents who had to have treatment, it probably wouldn’t even be a question. But when there are only two sisters and both of them needed treatment, I think it’s likely that the reason why they both needed treatment is because of the same issue.
All I’m trying to find out is if this issue is likely to be hereditary. Obviously I can ask the shadchan to find this out but I don’t think that that would be a decent thing to do.
You can’t tell boys potential problems like that before they even meet up or it could effect the shiduchim. When boys and girls first meet, unless they know the family anyway, IMO they shouldn’t know much more than the name of the other side. Let them get to know each other and see if they like each other without any side issues clouding the meeting.
If it then gets more serious but before it gets very serious, say after 4 dates, then IMO it’s the correct time to let him know of any potential possible issues. That way he can make an informed decision regarding this particular girl rather than just about ‘an issue’.
CAD, I guarantee you that if we decide not to go ahead with this Shidduch we will not let them know it was because of this concern. We’ll tell them that the boy and girl aren’t suited, so some other parev excuse. We wouldn’t cause them Agmas Nefesh.
Ctrl Alt Del, are you aware that the Torah says that men have to have children whereas us women don’t? I also don’t want my son to have to go through agmas nefesh which could have been prevented. At the very least, if we do decide to go ahead with it, I’ll definitely bring up the subject before I let him propose if it gets to that!
OOM, I don’t know how many times the sisters had to have treatment to end up with the kids they had. I don’t know how many miscarriages and/or stillbirths they had. I don’t know what complications they had with their pregnancies.
I don’t want my son to have to go through a life of constant treatments, stress, the costs of it and possible agmas nefesh.