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Being removed from a big community such as in New York and turning 28 and being a young professional I am thinking a lot about having missed the marriage train.
Additionally, she says, “It's not enough for someone to look good on paper. You won't make good decisions when you’re stressed.
You have to listen to your gut, but sometimes people bypass that. Give yourself space to breathe.” Gottfried’s advises singles: “Staying busy with things that you love will keep you from obsessing about when the guy will call. People who are happy and busy are more attractive in general.” With all the pressure inherent in the Jewish emphasis on dating for marriage, Gottfried also suggests: “Let’s get the fun back in dating.
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“We like to think of ‘Soon by You’ as a show with characters who happen to be Jewish instead of as a Jewish show,” she says, pointing out that the show has been likened to a kosher version of “Friends.” “I think almost everyone can relate to some of the awkward moments the characters on the show experience in dating.
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New partnerships are expected in episode three, which the producers hope will air by mid-October. Also, for people who want to stay away from secular entertainment because of the way it objectifies women or encourages bad language and violence, this provides a kosher outlet for them. Judy Gruen is the author of several books, including the newly released The Skeptic and the Rabbi: Falling in Love with Faith.
The producers are cheered by the steady stream of fan mail as more people discover the episode, and it’s coming from Jews not only across the globe but across the religious spectrum. Living in Nebraska, it is hard to find a nice Jewish guy. Her work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, Jewish Action, and many other media outlets. Gottfried hopes that over the course of the season, “Soon by You” will win a large enough viewing audience to get picked up by a network or online media platform such as Hulu, Netflix or Amazon.