You'd date someone non-Jewish but only if the person were open to converting or at least strongly supportive of a Jewish home. The question is, at what point in the dating process should you bring up the importance of your Jewish background?
You have a small apartment that you love, but on several occasions recently, friends have come through Philly and asked to stay. They say they don't mind the cramped space but you do! How can you accommodate them without putting yourself out?
It's been so hot this summer that you can't figure out how to dress for work so that you look professional without being totally sweaty. Also, you don't want to offend the Orthodox guy in the office with what you wear. What should you do?
Ask Miriam Steinberg-Egeth, a local mom and involved member of Philadelphia's Jewish community. Wondering what's an appropriate gift for a Bar Mitzvah? How to deal with an annoying friend/parent/relative? How to find your soulmate? From dating to parenting, Miriam welcomes any and all questions. Email yours to firstname.lastname@example.org and put "Advice Well question" in the subject line. More from this author