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Building a career and getting a second degree often sounds more appealing than trying to find someone who will value their personality and freedom.
A Russian woman will be very independent in a relationship, and very stubborn, too.
If you think loyalty is unnecessary and boring, don’t date Russians. Visiting your girlfriend’s house will be accompanied with feasts (soups, meat, soups with meat, salads consisting of 50% mayo, potatoes, potatoes, bliny with mince and more potatoes, and then a cake for dessert), and as it is not polite to not finish your meal in Russia, you will have to deal with all that amount of food.
You’d expect help from your beloved, but when it comes to hospitality, all Russians tend to become unreasonable and overfeed their guests until it is hard to move. Is dating a Russian girl worth putting on a lot of weight?
But when you get to eat Russian food more often than during occasional visit to her parents, you will have more and more questions.
But on the other hand, expect bravery in danger and trouble, and the strength that will help both of you overcome the most difficult times. They don’t want just a guy who will love them madly. Good old manners are very important: you are expected to open doors, help to put on coats, bring flowers when you go on a date.
If you are not a gentleman, it is not even worth trying.
“When we started dating, I was challenged with the wall of ice between us, as if she didn’t want to open up or let me closer.
Slowly, step by step, I discover that underneath this ice there was the most loving and caring person in the world.” For many Russian women cooking is a way to show their love, so be prepared for food experiments. Why is she putting cabbage in pies (and everywhere else)? Fermented rye bread drink…well, that one is surprisingly decent!