A feast may be held at the bride’s father’s house, after which the groom would take his bride back to his parents’ house. For the wife to be fully accepted into the groom’s family, a child had to be conceived from their union. The man would have to pay back, in cash, the remaining dowry money to his wife’s parents.They were greeted at the door by the groom’s parents and led to the hearth. Divorces were granted on many grounds; for example, if the wife could not bear children.I think, you simply did not find the correct persons.Keep walking out there, there should be somewhere for you as well.They dared not even give their names outside their close family circle.They did not want to attract unwanted attention from unrelated males.
I don't know how far my own situation reflects other non-Greek women who have fallen in love and thrown in their lot with their Greek man.Opinion The success of a southern European man starts in not being afraid to come up and talk to a girl.Start slow: a nice Italian espresso or a long walk on some historic street. Know the entire history of the cities in which you live - who the fountains are named after, who the statues are. Take her hand, lead her to the perfect part of the venue – not in the centre, not too far back. Talk in a way that they're not used to - not the typical 'northern' lines, because 60% of all human communication is body language, with 30% being the tone, meaning 90% percent isn’t coming out of your mouth.Meet more Greeks, maybe more Mediterrenean people in general, because we more or less share the same culture of being open hearted and warm.You don't mention how long does it take you to sleep with a man if dates are going quite well. Know the most romantic little cafés, bistros and trattorias, the candlelit places where you can be alone and drink the most fantastic wine. Hold hands – the second time you will check her reaction. At this moment she should be enjoying everything you say - or that’s what she thinks!