Greek girl dating
Being married to anyone takes effort, hard work, patience and understanding but being in a close relationship with anyone outside of your own culture is all of this...some more!I don't know how far my own situation reflects other non-Greek women who have fallen in love and thrown in their lot with their Greek man.We want to be as sure as we can for the person we marry.Personally, in the matter of dating and sex I enjoy my life and try different relationships either it's long-term or not.Until that time, just keep having fun and experiment with different personalities just be sure want you want.When you will find the right one you will be sure that he will be the One either is Greek or not.We have origins that the family remain close enough offering input and advice to their children long after we have our own family.
Reading through this, I am not sure if she is perhaps merely talking about all men - not just the Greek ones.
When my man is not in Greece he is a completely different person - well almost! One thing I love about my Greek man is his spontaneity and ability to take risks, pick himself up and start from the beginning again when things go wrong.
(Bearing in mind that reaching this point means going through the Greek drama outlined in 1 above).
It's all about the man you are dating with but I will give you a different prospect based on how I see relationship and marriage.
The majority of Greeks, both women and men, until late 20s don't have a sepperate life duo to they where studying until mid 20s supporting by their families or they have an entry level job that can not support the costs of leaving in their own home.alcohol is nonchalant and respectable and cultural, that's why you'll never catch us being sloppy the other day i was at work and my co-worker’s friend told me he used to work for greeks and then he asked me, “what does malaka mean? We love big, we love crazy, and if you can look past the red boiled eggs perching in old-ass bowls rimmed in gold around our house four months after Easter, you’re in for a damn treat.The things you fall in love with become the things that, in excess, drive you crazy.