Common comments on interracial dating
Now, for single people moving to Panama, and maybe even some Panamanians in the dating game, I hope this article gives you some new insight on the mixing and mingling world of love and new friendships.
Now, before someone writes in saying, “Wait a minute, Chris. What would you know about dating in this day and age? I have been married to my Panamanian wife, Marlene, for a long time.
Instead of exercising at the gym, she eats Ben & Jerry’s and watches movies with the boyfriend.
Instead of doing the hobbies and interests she loves, she spends time with the boyfriend. the reason is that both the guy and the girl are “full” – full of love of themselves, full of love of their life, full of a great mood and outlook.
In these types of cases, a fear of becoming vulnerable or sharing a real connection / bond is terrifying to these women (or men) and once that psychological hole is repaired, then the potential for a relationship becomes possible. Oftentimes when this happens, a woman goes from living a full, well-balanced life to putting all her eggs in one basket: the relationship.
Instead of going out with friends, she hangs out with the boyfriend.
I was trying to find out if he was into me and a friend of mine quoted him saying that I was a “cool girl, but not his type”.
The relationship is not the problem – it is always a bi-product of your life.
To improve your relationship, improve your life and your love for yourself. First, let’s be clear on “liking” and “attraction”.
When you BELIEVE and ASSUME that you are irresistibly attractive and that a man (or any man) wants you hardcore, it often comes about.
Thing is, sometimes women make “identities” out of their problems – what starts out as a quirky, lighthearted complaint keeps getting repeated until it suddenly becomes their reality and they believe that this is out of their control.