Dating ukranians for
This cultural element isn’t lost on women, so, like anywhere else, you have your share of conniving people trying to get their share at your expense.At first, I figured this was the result of poverty and low-income conditions.In this article, I want to open up and share my experiences dating Ukrainian women from the point of view of someone who was born in the country but mostly grew up abroad. Having said that, although I have seen some beautiful women during my travels, I must say that nowhere else in the world I’ve actually seen such a high number of women that can be easily called gorgeous or at least cute, or as I like to say, “easy on the eyes.”This didn’t happen in Brazil, Spain, Mexico, and even Russia (although Russia does come close).This is going to be my objective assessment of Ukrainian dating culture from the perspective of someone who’s seeking casual as well as serious relationships. Important disclaimer: of course, I could be saying this because I’m not only a Ukrainian-born guy myself, but also because I believe I have a certain psychological weakness to Slavic women.Although I have dated plenty of women who had decent jobs and made decent money, I’ve also dated women in Lithuania and Latvia who weren’t making that much money, but would never dream of borrowing 0 from their boyfriend.Ukrainian life is rife with corruption, so the general mindset is “Let’s steal this and enrich ourselves” or “Let’s screw this guy over so that we’re in a better position.” Believe me, as an Eastern European guy I understand this all too well.As a result, there’s a bit of a cutthroat culture that pervades everything that’s going on.
So, if you see a guy driving an expensive car (Toyota Land Cruiser, BMW 7 Series, high-end Mercedes Benz, etc), chances are he’s not leasing it as you would in America, but actually bought it with cash, with money that he made via a serious business or some corrupt means.But after countless conversations with both Ukrainian women and men, I realized that it has more to do with Ukraine specifically than the fact that Ukraine is a low-income country.After all, Latin America and SE Asia have their poor regions as well, but people aren’t exactly eager to screw each other over for some short-term gain.An aspect of EE culture that’s very different from Latin America, Southeast Asia or even the US is that there’s a certain element of stoicism and “alphaness” present.Eastern Europe isn’t exactly a paradise on earth: there’s lots of poverty, poor job security (companies can hire and fire people as they please), so you must be pretty tough and aggressive to survive and make ends meet (not to mention even prosper).