Dating someone in the arts
Will he be willing to carry a larger economic burden if it means dividing his time between remunerative work and his art?
We recommend writing down your thoughts when you do something of this nature -- its cathartic and it helps you gain clarity when you review what you have written.
Rosie Einhorn (a psychotherapist) and Sherry Zimmerman (a psychotherapist and former family lawyer) are the authors of the newly-released book, Dating Smart – Navigating the Path to Marriage, published by Menucha Publishers.
List the values that matter most to you, and the personal qualities you most want to see the man you will marry possess.
Then, ask yourself why each of these qualities is important to you. For example, what does an advanced degree represent to you -- is it intelligence, intellectual superiority, status, upward mobility, etc.?
Dear Rosie & Sherry, I've searched your articles looking for info related to my situation. We've each been married before and have seven children between us -- three of whom are still young enough to be in the home.
Our relationship is getting serious, but each of us is afraid of making a mistake again.
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Due to the large volume of questions received, they are unable to answer each one.
When you are finished with this exercise, read what you have written and think it over. Then decide if you can accept this man and willingly let go some of the expectations you once had, in return for the many positive qualities he will add to your life.
We wish you all the best in making the decision that is right for you.
“It just gives us the chance to be able to make the connections that we need, that we might not know that’s available to us, so I think this is really beneficial to everyone,” said Jacqueline Craig, 27, creative head director of First Friday Art Walks, Old North, who will soon open Art C Gallery.
Saturday, Sarah Hermes Greisbach and her editorial partner, Amy Reidel, held a three-hour event titled “Connect the Dots: An Art-oriented Matchmaking Event for the St.
While part of you wants this man to pursue his artistic interests, you have to be honest with yourself as to whether you can accept the lifestyle that goes along with these pursuits.