Raising children would be very complicated and a source of strain on the relationship.

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How will you resolve it if one parent permits something and the other does not? But as you said in your letter, it is important to be realistic and not be seduced by the emotional feelings.

I created this website in 1999 to provide western people insight to the recent phenomenon of "Russian brides" from the Russian woman's point of view.

(It's my picture at the top left corner.) I am a Russian woman who 10 years ago married a western man. You can ring the office and chat to me to confirm that, or if you are in the area, drop by and say, "Hello".

If you wonder what is in the heads of those pretty Russian, Ukrainian and Eastern European girls that you see on various websites advertising themselves as available for marriage with western men, you are at the right place to find it out!

You may want to have an independent level of kashrut for yourself; but what will you keep in the fridge and serve at family times?

How will you resolve differences regarding the laws of family purity which affects the two of you together?

I do not want to be blinded by any feelings I may have for him.

Yes, the common denominator is that we are both Jews.

Secondly, there has to be an agreement on a modus vivendi.