The rules for dating a married man

My second love was when I was nineteen after my exchange, that lasted less than a year and my third and finally big love, hopefully last one is my dear and lovely Juha.

Tell yourself again and again: “if this man loves you, he should respect you instead of knowingly two timing you”. I then told him we can only be friends because believe it or not he always made me laugh and i made him laugh. This is the first time that i post something on an online forum.Let’s say that Juha is not the typical Finn, he is very extroverted (in a Finnish way) and that is one of the reasons we are so good together but in Finland there is a commonly known problem, Finnish people are shy!You may say that this is a cliche and stereotype but during the 7 years I have lived here I have confirmed that Finnish people are really shy specially when it comes to talk to foreigners in English.Although I know many extroverted Finnish people they are probably only a 1% or 2 % of the Finnish population.

I have been planning this video for at least 10 months and during that time I gave myself the task of asking my friends and any Finnish couples about their dating experiences, most of the Finnish couples I met, (and with this I refer to long time married couples and young couples too) had met in a bar or in a party, where for obvious reasons there was a presence of alcohol; what take us to the conclusion that in fact the majority of them just prefer to skip the dating part and go straight to the After I published the video several persons were kind enough to share their stories and thoughts about dating in Finland on my You Tube channel and these are some of my favorites : No.1 There is an old Finnish joke that can be boiled down to: A couple sitting in silence on their silver wedding anniversary.

Maybe because some people are insecure and shy they prefer to lean on to their buddies which means that you might end up sharing not only your friends but also your girlfriends from same groups.