as told to Susan Schnur

And An Expert Says…

Elana Katz, family therapist and divorce mediator on faculty at the Ackerman Institute.

Internet dating creates a lot of opportunity, but it can also turn the idea of netting a partner into something like fishing: after you’ve caught your fish, you’ve pretty much accomplished your goal. From a relational point of view, “catching the fish” is only the first frame in life’s board game. After that, there’s so much more. What will you both continue to bring to the relationship, how will you negotiate difference, will the connection become rewarding, exciting?

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Is E-Dating Good For Jewish Women?

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And An Expert Says…

as told to Susan Schnur

Elana Katz, family therapist and divorce mediator on faculty at the Ackerman Institute.

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