What's appropriate — and inappropriate — to give a Jewish friend or colleague for Hanukkah?
If you're seriously dating a Jewish guy and want to give his mother something for the holidays — and you don't want to blow it — what are the unspoken guidelines?
My friend Jamie, age 29, always expects her dates—no matter how they met, or who asked out whom—to pick up the tab.
She’s financially well-off in her own right, with a successful career and busy social life, but for her, how someone takes care of her on a date represents how well that person will (or won’t) take care of her in all areas of life.
Warning one: texts invariably “don’t” arrive when it’s convenient for them not to. Like a river, every twist and turn brings about a new drama or excuse so brace yourself for a rocky ride, and don‘t be surprised if the object of your obsession already has a media naranja.If your family celebrates Christmas, and your child's best friend is Jewish, what and when is it nice to give a Hanukkah gift?Or suppose you work with someone who's Jewish, and you want to get them a Christmas present: should you?Or what it’s even worse: “We are the generation who doesn’t want a relationship but the problem is is that, at the end of the day, we actually do” – The Huffington Post.A (other half) is kept on their toes from the early stages, needy and anxious like a sick puppy on a drip feed. The answer’s no, not for three days, Whats App messages will be key in the beginning. Unlikely and what if your castellano isn’t up to scratch?When it comes to money etiquette in dating circa now, says couples therapist and relationship expert Tara Fields, Ph. And that’s what can make things so difficult to navigate.