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06-Dec-2019 07:58

If you want to attract Jewish men, we have a few helpful suggestions. For more religious Jewish men, this one can be a big deal.

The first one, not surprisingly, is to be Jewish yourself. This is because the Jewish faith is matrilineal, meaning that it is passed down on the mother's side.

For example: “I’d rather kill myself than my family find out”.

I am not sure what a rabbi could offer you to be of help, but I think googling local synagogues and emailing/calling is a perfectly fine option for talking to a rabbi. I'm sorry his guilt has translated to him lashing out and being abusive. I want to echo reaching out to Jewish Family Service, they do great things (they serve Jews and non-Jews). If so, I would call them and tell them you need some religious and social counseling about the situation.

I am using what the father refers to me as.)Please try to be kind. I have read the sidebar thoroughly, and hope I am not breaking any rules by posting this. Yes, I know I will never be accepted by others in Judaism.

I have met nothing but verbal and emotional trampling from the father since telling him the news. I expect you would be disappointed by the encounter.

This might sound silly, but is actually one of the best ways to attract a Jewish man.

The Jewish religion places a lot of emphasis on family, and especially on mothers.

I know women who converted after she had children (Chabad) her children had to convert themselves as well. If this guy is from a orthodox family it is very taboo though.

It sounds like legal and psychotherapeutic counsel might be more appropriate at this time. I’m not looking for emotional support or a “feel-good” answer. I just want to learn (I was learning consistently for a good while from the father before I became pregnant and we both enjoyed it).