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Our Book on Russian Women is Finally Done!

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We have some great news to share with all of you!

Our e-book on how to find the right Russian woman and win her heart is FINALLY DONE!

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We Are Now on Facebook!

Everyone else is doing it, so I decided to create an account and a Facebook group called Russian Wife Forum.

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Do Mature Russian Women Prefer Older Men

As a general rule Russian women mature earlier. By the age of 20-22 they are ready to create a family and have children. In Western culture you can rarely find a man who is ready to tie the knot this early, so this is one of the reasons why many mature Russian women prefer to marry older guys.
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Why It Is a Good Idea to Learn Some Russian

You’ve been trying to impress your Russian girlfriend or bride with your handsomeness, wit and generosity. Even if it seems like you stole her heart already, there is something that will most definitely show her your dedication and the seriousness of your intentions. How about learning some Russian? Before you wrinkle your nose, read this.

Just to be clear, I am not suggesting that you start taking intensive Russian lessons and try to memorize 50 Russian verbs every evening. Well, if you decide to do that, kudos to you. Extra knowledge doesn’t hurt. Read more »

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Are Russian Wives Submissive?

Question: I heard that Russian wives are submissive. Is this true?

No, Russian wives are not submissive. The myth is widespread most likely because Russian women are not into feminism and because they prefer the traditional family model. Russian wives usually don’t have a problem with the man being the head of the household; making more money and having a better career. Read more »

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Three Difficulties Your Russian Wife Will Most Likely Face and How to Help Her Overcome Them.

1.    Language. If your Russian wife has never been abroad before she moved to the United States, she will experience a really strong culture shock. Even if she studied American history and culture and her English is flawless, she will still have difficulties understanding the language and the culture. Americans tend to use a lot of slang, without even realizing this, so make sure your wife is comfortable asking you if she doesn’t understand something. It gets better with time, but first months are particularly hard. American accent might be hard for her to understand as well. Speak slower and more clearly. I know it might be annoying, but it will pay off. Read more »

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Russian Dating Scams: How Do I Know The Girl Is Real?

Question: I heard so much about Russian dating scams. I’ve been writing to a Russian girl for the last month and she seems like a great match, but how do I know she is real and I am not being scammed?russian scams Read more »

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Are Eastern European Women the Same as Russian?

Question: Are Eastern European (Ukrainian, Belarussian, Latvian) women the same as Russian?

I don’t like the phrase “the same”, because even identical twins who were raised by the same parents will not be the same. If by the word “the same” you mean similar core values and mentality, then I should say yes.

First of all, when the Soviet Union collapsed, many Russians and Eastern Europeans ended up living in different countries and getting different citizenships, which had nothing to do with their nationality. Read more »

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Russian Women are Not Desperate to Leave

American media like to portray Russia as a country of severe cold, extreme poverty and sad unsatisfied people. If you have been in Moscow, Saint Petersburg or any other big Russian city at least once, you know that it is not true.

Many Russians live better than average Americans. They dress nicer, drive better cars and can afford exotic vacations once a year. They don’t mortgage themselves to the hilt, and they don’t have enormous debt. No doubt poverty exists in Russia, but it also exists in the United States. We personally know a few Russian-American couples, where the Russian bride had a better life in Russia in an economical sense. Read more »

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Russian Women: Unwritten Rules. Smiles and Greetings

As mentioned before, Russian women, or Russians in general, don’t smile nearly as much as Americans do. And it doesn’t mean that we are sad. A smile from someone we don’t know makes us, Russians, feel self-conscious. I might think, that I look funny, or that our clothes are dirty if somebody I don’t know looks at me and smiles. Well, it is different when a guy smiles to a girl – in this cases smile usually means that he is interested in her.

So if you go to Russia, don’t smile too much. You might get unnecessary attention. Also, if your Russian bride doesn’t smile a lot, there is no need to ask her if she is OK 15 times a day. It can be annoying. She is most likely just fine. Read more »

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Do I Need an Immigration Lawyer to Apply for Green Card for My Russian Bride?

FAQ: I just got married to a Russian girl, who came here on a K1 (fiancé) visa. We want to apply for a work permit and green card for her. Do I need an immigration lawyer?

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