Even so these jobs do not offer the long-term security that most foreigners take for granted such as social security, pensions or medical benefits for a family.
Many of the males are also tied into the rural life, out in the provinces. I’ll repeat, there is nothing wrong in a woman wanting a mate/husband who is financially secure.
08/18/2016 | Filed under: Out & About Town, Overseas Culture and tagged with: adventure, asian, attitude, bliss, contentment, culture, daily life, dating, faithful, female friend, filipina, filipina cupid, foreign, happiness, honest, husband, ideal, island, jealous, joy, lapu lapu, lifestyle, love, loving, mactan, marry, meeting filipinas, overseas, paradise, Philippines, pinay, poor, poverty, preparations to travel, relocate, romance, security, sincerity, travel, tropical, us, wife I suppose no other issue strikes closer to one’s personal life when adjusting to another culture like that of inter-personal relationships; ie – meeting women here in the Philippines.
It’s a classic clash of East meets West so consider this a ‘heads up’ of sorts to you guys who plan to come here and start meeting all these lovely, beautiful Filipina women. there are a LOT of them...” I’ve lived in Southern California all my life. They’re both female, but the similarity ends there.
Some of it near the OC, spent time at Newport Beach and later most of my beach time in San Diego at Mission Beach. But meeting and interacting with American Women has absolutely NOTHING to do with how you interact with Filipinas. I won’t reiterate the whole dating process, I’ve already covered that in my Single Life article previously in detail.
Lived mostly in what’s known as the Inland Empire so I was in the center of So Cal. What I want to cover with you here are some of the things you might be wondering about what it’s like once you’ve taken that flight across the sea to land in this wonderful country of the Philippines.
you may see twenty, thirty ‘hot’ looking women as you go about your daily business. Then those first dates, if it even goes past the initial meet-up at Starbucks. Unless you want the convenience factor but then you have to deal with a high number of scammers who are just looking for money. For one thing, foreigners are viewed as more desirable, so you’ve got that going for you right off the bat.
Time and experience has brought today’s Filipina to a certain conclusion about men and it is this; “Younger men are less financially stable and more likely to cheat.
But believe me, as a person who has spoken with so many, many single men and women.. In regards to meeting Filipinas specifically Online, there’s an article devoted to that here. Well, I checked with a governmental statistics site and it has nothing to do with the ratio of men-to-women. For another thing, the unemployment rate here has hit male-oriented jobs the hardest leaving many Filipino men without work.
the whole ‘dating scene’ is a convoluted and frustrating game. As I walk through any given part of the island I notice that almost 70% of the jobs held inside the large stores and malls are held by young, attractive, mostly single women under the age of 30.
That’s a somewhat basic, difficult lifestyle that most Filipinas would rather move away from if they can, given the chance. Why are foreigners the more desired option to a Filipina? She is already thinking about babies, having a family that will have needs for food, clothing, housing in the future.
It comes down to a common factor that all women take into account when choosing a lifelong mate. So it makes so much sense for a woman to find the most financially stable man she can have. They want a man who will be there, in love with them and not out cheating on her behind her back.