JDating — Without Losing Your Mind

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By Meredith Ganzman

Published February 14, 2011.
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In honor of Valentine’s Day, the Forward interviewed Michelle Cove, the editor of the online Jewish women’s magazine 614, the author of the new book “Seeking Happily Ever After: Navigating the Ups and Downs of Being Single Without Losing Your Mind (and Finding Lasting Love Along the Way),” and the director of a documentary of the same name. In this podcast, Cove weighs in on why she thinks Jewish women are staying single longer than ever before. She also provides tips for making the most of online dating and how to avoid “dater’s burnout.”

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