I am sure that you receive many e-mails, but I hope you will take the time to read mine. I am an American who made aliyah a few years ago to Jerusalem and became a ba'al tschuvah (modern Orthodox). I am trying so hard to find a shidduch, but it is extremely difficult because I am short -- five-foot, six-inches. I would love to have a wife and family, but I don't know what to do. Even though I am nice, educated, successful, and religious (I own my own consulting company), countless women say after dates that they "just don't feel a connection (chashmal)." That, of course, is a polite way of saying that they are not attracted to me. Objective opinions from women who are friends say that I am attractive -- but just short. So I don't know what to do. I know that your blog attracts both religious and non-conventional opinions, so I was hoping that you could post this so that I could obtain some advice.
Readers? Any words of advice or encouragement for this fellow?