I also think he is a bit of a macho type and when he goes out with friends he flirts with and maybe does more with other women.
How do you deal with their possessiveness and their flirtatiousness? His possessive behavior is not related to his feelings for you.
It was a freezing cold January night; I'd had a long day at work followed by a three-hour lecture. I am embarrassed to admit this now, but the primary reason why I didn't understand that he was asking me on a date was that he is white and I am black.
Luckily for me opportunity knocked twice, Marios and I ended up going out the following weekend and things have been wonderful ever since.
A few weeks ago, as Marios and I lounged on the sandy beaches of his native Rhodes, a sobering study was released about the marriage patterns of black women with graduate degrees.
Greece is a Mediterranean paradise and men from this land appear to embody all the qualities of passion and drama that is made clearly evident by its storied history, art, and culture.
At the same time they enjoy living in the moment and extracting every bit of fun as possible out from every fleeting second.
Greek culture is highly centered on family relationships and they have strong bonds and often get together and have big celebrations and fun times together.
Men usually marry later in life but after they do they take on their family responsibilities with gusto.
(performed with a slight Swedish accent), I realized that I was having one of those vacation moments.
I knew that I would replay this part of my experience in my mind for years to come.
According to an article on the study, nearly 40% of black women who have achieved a postgraduate degree have never been married.