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Oxytocin’s Effect on the Shidduch Crisis

In mainstream America, people believe in instant romance and not physically keeping to oneself prior to marriage.
Oxytocin Effect on the Shidduch Crisis

Wait? But, with no fireworks, where is my guidance? Get to reading. Recently, I created a book to fill this very gap. The book, entitled “1,000 Questions to Ask Before Getting Married” is a huge collection of questions that you can ask to get to know your potential match. These questions take you from first date to engagement.

I created the questions in a way that encompasses the needs of the Jewish community. You can choose the ones that are relevant to you. There are also self-reflection questions, hypothetical situations and many articles of information ranging from portraying yourself correctly to what to know before meeting your potential in-laws.

About the Author: Mrs. Amber Adler authored the book 1,000 Questions to Ask Before Getting Married. She has a professional background in Business and Journalism and holds a Bachelor’s of Specialized Studies from Ohio University. Get more info on her official website.


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2 Responses to “Oxytocin’s Effect on the Shidduch Crisis”

  1. big fan of Mrs. Adler's approach to this topic. Autism is a growing topic amongst the Jewish communitys, as we see the number of jewish cases steadily rise. interesting to look at how oxytocin in non-autism spectrum persons can play a role in the bonding process of dating also. i really think she is onto something with this outlook.

  2. Miriam Tarshish says:

    "Hashem said so" is not going to help singles on their dates. Thanks for the practical advice.

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