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Russian-American Marriage Challenges: Privacy vs Openness

Privacy is a big thing in the lives of Americans. Your medical and school records are protected by privacy. Privacy policies are a requirement in almost every field, even in blogging (as we recently found out). You cannot just send you family member or a friend to get your medical tests results, or to pick up your college transcript. Everything is protected by privacy. In Russian language we don’t even have such word. Yes, that’s right. There is no translation for the word “privacy” in Russian.
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The Ideal Places to Find Single Russian Women

Even though I think that online dating is a pretty good and convenient way to meet single Russian women, there are some other ways you may want to consider. Read more »

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America Through the Eyes of a Russian Woman Part 2

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Another thing that many Russian and Eastern European women and men mention about the United States is how horrible is American food.
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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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Russian Ladies and Marriage Commitment

Question: Do all Russian ladies who post their profiles online want to get married and have a family? What if I don’t want a relationship with commitment. Will a Russian lady be up for it?russian women
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Dating a Russian Woman: Language Barriers

Before I came to the United States, I (Natasha) knew English pretty well, or at least I though so. I went to specialized English school for several years and was able to express myself very well. Nevertheless, when I came to the United States, I had a hard time adapting to American English and understanding it. Now imagine how hard it might be for women who barely know English. Surely, they will learn English in time, but you can help this process to go smoother for them. Read more »

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Things You Absolutely Need to Know before Taking a Russian Woman out on a Date. Part 2

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If you are taking a Russian woman out to eat, keep in mind that you have to pay for everything. If you don’t, this date might be your last. Men are supposed to pay for women in restaurants; this is the way it works in Russia. She may even not have any money on her, because she assumes you are paying.

If she has to pay for her meal, she will think you don’t care enough for her, or that you are greedy, or both.

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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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Why Russian-American Marriages Have More Chances to Succeed

According to INS statistics 80% of Russian-American couples are still together after 2 years of marriage. Marriage agencies claim that 80-95% of Russian-American couples (where husband is American and wife is Russian) stay together and are very happy with each other.
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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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