Geraldine Schwartz, 32 years old
I have a daughter who was dating a non-Jewish guy. In order to be with him and out of our disapproving sight she moved far away. Now she wants to come back home. We are willing to accept her, but not if she is willing to hold on emotionally to this young man. We stand firm in that if he is not a Jew then we can't see her gentile girl dating jewish boy with him. I am not sure what to do, as I do love my daughter, but not her choice for a possible husband. How do I keep the doors open to my daughter without being too harsh?
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Aug 20 19 Av Torah Portion. If I was never going to intermarry, why was I seriously dating a non-Jewish, bona fide heartthrob? I was the one who adamantly declared that I would never marry out. I was so connected to my Jewish identity that my betrayal of it was not even statistically probable.
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