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That makes dating and marrying a western guy very attractive, doesn’t it?There is a tendency for some Thai women (that are dating online) to play mind games so they can trick the guy into a situation he normally would not get into.
Let me just repeat that, men see that having sex with their partner is a strong part of their partner loving them, in the relationship.The thing is, all of these Thai ladies seeking a western man to date and settle down with also lack the understanding of Ladies, as a starting point, a western guy who intends to settle in Thailand is also going to be 15 or more years older than you.That is 15 or 20 years more of the experiences of life, relationships and deceptions.The guys who work in the bars and the tattoo shops and as musicians, depending on where they’re located, have more interaction with Westerners in general (I hate that label, like we’re an entirely different type of people) and have better English skills. It looks like being a ‘white’ women in this country is not an easy thing! I’ve been in thailand since may 2011 (exactly as long as you have) and know personally eight white women (and one guy) of my age or close to my age some of whom are dating most of whom are married to thai men. Like, I said though, I also still haven’t manage to make any good friends who are Thai, so maybe my social life here as been more limited than I think? Reply I always joked that ‘the good Thai boys are only interested in dating the good Thai girls’ – there is such a strong stigma about dating a Wild Western Woman that most guys seemed to shy away from the idea.Saving face is a huge deal in Thailand and there’s a fear, like with any foreign language, about speaking English and looking stupid if speaking incorrectly. But I guess there is a thing in common with all the relationships: you never know where and when you will meet the special someone! I lived in CM for almost 3 years and did my fair share of dating – and not *all* of them fell into the bartender/bar owner/tattoo artist/tour guide/musician group! I was in school when I first came, so I dated some students, too – and had the same problem you mentioned about really making friendships beyond a surface-level friendliness.
It’s frustrating and hard to understand or explain – I usually feel very welcome here and people are polite. (I once sent a message to a fellow teacher, who was my age and who had spoken to me several times at school, if she would like to get coffee sometime. I don’t know if it’s an intimidation thing, a money thing, a language thing…I’m assuming a combination of all three.