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How to Tell Your Friends and Family About Russian Dating

28. May 2013 by Lorena 0 Comments

If you meet a lady and feel serious about her, there will come a time that you will feel a need to tell your friends or family about how this wonderful person came into your life. Because of the stigma that still, sadly, hangs over international dating, this could be a conversation you are dreading. We have a few tips to help it go smoothly and to get you past any questions.


Dispel the Myths 

Many people have a poor opinion of Russian dating because they just don’t have the facts. Explain that, no, you aren’t buying a bride. And, your Ukrainian sweetheart probably has more schooling than they do. Explain that the dating situation in Ukraine is unbalanced with many more single, eligible ladies, and that it only makes sense to make use of that advantage.


Tell Them about the Advantages of Dating Overseas

Ukrainian women are some of the most beautiful and educated in the world. And, you escape from the stale local dating pool when you expand your search for the perfect woman worldwide. Plus, if you are a man who prefers a woman with more traditional values, you are more likely to find that lady overseas. Russian dating is, for many reasons, a savvy decision.


Tell Them about Other Success Stories

We share the stories of many happy couples on our site. Chances are, you also know people in your local area who have romantic victories of their own. By letting your friends and family know that many happy relationships have come of international dating, you can sooth any apprehension they may feel.


Or, Tell Them Nothing at All

If you are worried about hassles from judgmental family or friends, remember that you don’t owe anyone an explanation for your choices. In the end, you and your Russian or Ukrainian honey are the ones who have to live with your decisions; they’re your business and yours alone. As they say, you never need to explain to those who understand you; and no explanation can satisfy those who don’t understand. Just say something vague about meeting on the internet, and leave it at that.


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