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Contrasting the blizzard of twenty-something weddings is the near total dearth of nuptials for anyone Orthodox who is over 40.When was the last time you were at a wedding of some forty-somethings? There is a palpable personal and communal mania to get married in one’s early 20s which is contrasted by the equally palpable apathy about doing the same when one is over 40.Much has been made of the alleged “shiddach crisis” in the Orthodox community where girls of 22 and 23 feel as though they’re consigned to eternal spinsterhood if they’ve not gotten married by that point.Not to denigrate the very real anxiety of these young ladies and their parents but at 22 a person has no end of personal possibilities and opportunities. While some may bemoan that every single young man and woman in their early 20s is not married by their 21st birthday, nevertheless there are no end of weddings filling up the calendar on any given Thursday or Sunday night and on many other afternoons and evenings as well.Our top priority is providing you with a focused experience based on who you are and what you want so you can focus only on the most suitable matches.
We innovate tools which encourage meaningful relationships, leading to better first dates and more marriages.For women over 35 it is trickier especially as the more children a divorced woman has goes right to the heart of her eligibility and chances for remarriage but you still see a bunch of second marriages in one’s 30s.When the big four-oh hits, everything changes and marriages practically stop cold.A lot of over-40 frum female divorcees quite frankly have had it with marriage.They may have gotten married in their early or mid 20s and had a number of kids with their ex and they’re burnt out and exhausted from the experience.There are two main subgroups, the first being the never-marrieds and the second being the divorced.