American women dating ghanaian men

17-Aug-2019 19:55 by 8 Comments

American women dating ghanaian men

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.

The connection is just better because we can relate in many ways since we’ve had a similar upbringing.” Sarah (24), Congolese “I love my Ghanaian brothers, especially those who can speak my tribal language. Especially when telling jokes, it just doesn’t sound the same in English.” Nana (24), Ghanaian “I will be with anyone as long as they are compatible to me and I’m attracted to them. I’m British.” Christopher (28), Nigerian “As long as they are not Jamaican.” Bijoux (28), Congolese “Dating someone from your own background has far more positives than dating someone from another background, such as cultural understanding, speaking the same language etc. I’ve brought a Nigerian, Jamaican and Congolese home.

And by thick, the woman must have big backside too.

As slim as I am, I got more worried when almost all my thick friends had men (with some even having two or more).

This guy, however seems to be the exception to this rule, he’s never travelled further than the west coast, he is a little bit of a hustler.

But he has a job, he is kind, and although I was hoping for an older millionaire, the main thing is he can pay his bills and he is coming across as a nice guy.

I absolutely beleive him cause of what hes gone through to prove to me. Ive received a copy of his passport and birth certificate and crinimal history casue i requested it and he send all to me.

I decided to post this about a ghana man and our relationship.So I’ll give it a go as it has been almost a year since my last disastrous dating experience, maybe he can redeem my faith in Ghanaian men.Having been home for a while, and with time on my hands, I have been reading some of these self-help books, like the Steve Harvey book ‘think like a man’ and ‘he’s just not that into you’.As one uncle put it to me [I’m Congolese], “If you married a Nigerian, how would you cope if he wanted to retire in Nigeria? Could we really say that relationships would be easier if we were with someone of the same origin? If you’re going to marry a foreigner, marry a white man.” These were the words that fell from my friend’s mother’s mouth when her daughter told her she was dating a Nigerian man because she was tired of Congolese men. ”, said my friend in response, defiantly challenging her mother, to my dismay (anybody knows better than to challenge an African mother! White people “White people don’t have much culture; it’s easy to adapt either way. Was it really for our own good to find our life partners within our own culture?Im aware of his income that he shared with ive also shared mines with him.