Meeting foreign women and finding out what they are like is a smart way of expanding your dating options. There is your picture, your height, your weight, what you like and what you dislike, what kind of partner you would like to meet. You cannot provide this amount of information upfront when you are in a bar or even at work.
Eastern European women in general are educated, intelligent, and sophisticated (65% of people there have college or university degrees), but at the same time they are warm, playful, feminine, and down-to-earth. Don’t be like the naysayers 15 years ago, who insisted that meeting someone while drunk in a bar was preferable to emailing a person whose profile captivated you on a dating site. You just told me what you want, and that you have no chance of getting it locally. If people talk to you, they are interested in you and don’t mind that you love restoring old cars with your own hands or that you are a vegetarian. How many single women would you meet without online dating? If you are looking for a partner for life, do you think that’s enough to find the right match?
There is no extra value in finding someone in your circle as compared to meeting your one-and-only elsewhere.
Put value in yourself and your effort, and commit to .
Like everything in life, you need to put an effort first.
I became involved with the online dating industry in 1997, when I decided to broaden my horizons in search of my future partner, and listed my personal profile on several sites.
I wasn’t ugly, or stupid, or undesirable — I simply couldn’t meet the right person through my circle of acquaintances and friends, and I had never been into clubs or bars.
Interestingly enough, the same press gives wonderful accounts of travelling internationally, is excited about visiting global artists, and praises local talents who found worldwide acclaim.
So, what’s wrong with dating outside your own country? It would be silly to suggest that people do not date when travelling, or that any relations are only valid if they are between people who were born on the same soil.