This Jewish approach is known as "cherishing touch". Religious Jews have no physical contact before marriage.
We don’t touch until after the wedding ceremony.“Yikes! When I first heard about this at age 22, that was my initial reaction too.
At my very first job in New York, a colleague jokingly informed me: “You came in a WASP, but you’re leaving a Jew.” That statement was in reference to the demographics of the office’s staff.
In the worst case scenario, you may discover some serious deal breakers.This rose-colored screen will eventually lift - usually after you get married.Then you’ll find yourself suddenly seeing your new spouse clearly.And because Christians aren’t obligated to follow most Jewish precepts, they are free to examine Jewish wisdom, extract what speaks to them, and make it their own.Judaism has a radical approach to handling relationships that works brilliantly (it certainly did for my husband and I! While Christians needn't follow all of these guidelines, they can still benefit tremendously.