“That’s pretty much the only way to describe it,” she explained. Wruble, who is Modern Orthodox, has found it hard being single in her community, with its emphasis on marriage and family.
“It was so sudden and traumatic.” However much she misses him, Wruble craves that amazing feeling again. But the Modern Orthodox community has recently started paying particular attention to second-time singles, helping them find a new match through specially tailored events and dedicated matchmakers.
“Can it just be a coincidence that we’re all Jewish?“That was the most amazing feeling, to be a wife and have a husband and to have that relationship,” she said.Eleven weeks after their wedding, Daniel dropped dead. I just really hope that it’s soon.” Wruble is part of a group known, in the lingo of the dating world, as second-time singles—people who have been widowed or divorced who are looking for new spouses.She also heads the Investigative Journalism Fund, a special project of the Jewish Week to fill a gap in investigative and enterprise reporting, and 36 Under 36, an annual special issue profiling 36 exceptional young leaders.Reach her at [email protected][Less] Reality TV seems to be learning a thing or two from haredi dating.