By COLlive reporter
She’s beautiful, intelligent, creative. A world traveler. Financially successful. Loves kids (and cholent!).
So why is she still single???
While many today embrace singlehood, this question has plagued shadchanim, rabbonim, parents, singles, and married well-wishers for years.
There’s too many girls, they say. Not enough boys, they say. He’s too picky. She’s too independent. We’ve heard it all. And, still, it goes on. The shidduch crisis grows, spreading across continents and communities. Nothing changes. And some even begin to wonder, does anything have to change at all?
This Erev Tu B’av, Flow Motion Studios is bringing together respected, high-impact therapists, rabbonim and experts in the field of Jewish dating and engagement for a one-night live broadcast to be featured on Shmuze.live.
Shmuze Live is an episodic program that will address current challenges and issues faced by orthodox Jewish communities throughout the world. The first episode, Marry Me, is targeted towards men and women, aged 17 years and older, who are interested in shidduchim, and their parents. The one hour broadcast marries real life tools, tips and resources with Jewish humor (this is Meir Kay and Mendy Pellin after all) to give prospective couples the necessary insight for beginning their next chapter of adult life.
The show will be featured this July 26 at 7:30 PM, Erev Tu B’av, on COLlive.com, Shmuze.live, facebook, and youtube. With the support of an incredible team of sponsors, the show will also offer live giveaways and sponsors including $1,500 at Shuly Wigs, photography package of $1,500 at Chaim Perl Photography, a jewelry prize, and more soon to come.
Shmuze.live is a passion project of Flow Motion Studios, which is spearheaded by Yankee Teitelbaum and Bracha Torenheim. Located in Crown Heights, Yankee and Bracha, together with their team, have created groundbreaking, award winning films and live productions to raise awareness and resources for organizations and businesses across the world.
VIDEO: Behind the Scenes of Shmuze