Tips for dating german women
The Local spoke with an American-German matchmaker based in Wiesbaden to get some (much needed) tips on dating a German.
After consulting with her German clients, she came up with some sound advice on finding Teutonic bliss.
“Dating someone from another country can be quite a challenge when you live abroad, especially if you aren't familiar with the culture, the habits and the language,” Jessica Dreyer, who runs the matchmaking service US Love Wiesbaden, tells The Local.
To keep them interested, you must provide different plans, ideas or places to go on a constant basis, but always allow them to be the deciding factor.
This is what the German love-seekers had to say: 1.
We don't all look like Diane Kruger Germans are not all tall, blonde and blue-eyed like Claudia Schiffer and Diane Kruger, or Thomas Kretschmann and Ralf Möller. We like expanding our horizons Germans are open-minded about meeting new people from different nationalities.
They like to remain independent and will tell it like it is at all times.
Likewise, if you start some drama, a German girl will be gone, immediately, so you should be careful with the way you say things and how you address delicate subjects with them.