Friday, September 19, 2014 Elul 24, 5774

In preparation for a class I'm teaching at the National Havurah Committee Chesapeake Retreat this coming weekend, I've been doing some research about the Millennial Generation, defined as those born between 1980 and 2000. It turns out that 21 percent of Millennials are married (half the percentage of their parents’ generation at the same ages), and 34 percent of Millennials are parents. In honor of those stats, available here, we're taking a break from dating to talk about parenting. And if you're interested in NHC, registration for this weekend is closed, but check out the NHC Summer...

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Before we get to this week's question, there's a little housekeeping to take care of. First of all, thanks for all the positive feedback I've been getting about the column so far! I'd love for more of those comments to go directly on this site (as opposed to on Facebook or in my personal inbox) so that perhaps we can get some conversation going. Also, I've gotten feedback that it's hard to know when there's going to be a new post. Two solutions: 1) the answer is every Monday and Thursday, and 2) sign up to follow the blog, and you'll get an email every time there's a new post. Finally,...

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The previous post was from a woman trying to figure out the friend/date distinction, and now we have a similar question from a guy. If nothing else, hopefully it's helpful to know that this isn't a one-sided dilemma!

Dear Miriam,

For some reason, I've always been the kind of guy with more female friends than male friends. In my quest to find the perfect mate, I've put some thought into asking out some of those female friends only to find that I am already too deep into the "friend zone." I am wondering a) if it is possible to breach this zone (as exemplified in movies...

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