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Normally, I only tell a few friends when I first start dating, it then transfers to the blog once the shit hits the fan and I am going through the 5 stages of grief.
In my previous blogs I was adamant that I will not date anyone who hasn’t spent a significant amount of time overseas because the mindset is completely wrong.
That is, to share my whole experience of life as a British girl in Ghana.
After resigning myself to the fact that I will not get anyone who can handle me, I’ve started dating again.
Now as much as I find myself the full package (attractive, intelligent, kind etc…). Of course I would not go to a black tie event and get so inebriated that I am dancing on tables, but if I’m out at a drinking spot, I would rather have a gin and tonic than a bottle of Alvaro. My drinking or my smoking doesn’t define me, it’s a small part of what I do, not what I am.
This guy I met, he knows this, and has still decided to stick around, maybe he’s the one guy in Ghana whose mind is a bit open. Interview – When a guy sees a girl, his first aim is to see how far his sweet talking can get him. When you apply you submit your CV (the sweet talk stage), next phase is the interview. If he’s not correct, it is better you find it now before investing your precious time on a guy who is just a fly by night. Meeting the family – I don’t think when you take a guy to meet the parents that it means the next day he’s expected to take you to the altar.