Turns out, nothing brings two women closer together than talking about their exes.
Plus, there was always someone with me and I used to forget that she will always be there for me: myself.
So this make it that most people chose instead of rejecting to go on hiding or just disappear. The only person who annoyingly gets in the way of your dream relationship is you. There are and will always be scams, people who will take advantage of vulnerability, or misunderstandings.
This is, in my humble opinion, the worse situation ever because of the arguments explained in point 3 and secondly, because when someone who used to be more or less present just disappears, it feels like getting a door in the face when you thought that you were almost in. What I learned from dating in Luxembourg is that you need to learn how to take rejections with grace, and you need to learn how to reject with grace. Our generation has a problem of self esteem, besides the issues enumerated at the beginning. Some will like you, some will hate you, some will pretend to like you.
I like to think that I’ve learned (and I’m still learning) some things. This does not apply only to Luxembourg, but the fact that there are so many expats and foreigners makes things a little more complicated. Ours has new challenges like balance between security and freedom, or between exposure and privacy. If you really don’t want not to see someone ever again, then move out or pray that they would move out.
In fact I learned enough to write a few books on human relationships, but to resume here are just some of my conclusions about Luxembourg dating 1. In my opinion the current state of the world of relationships is ironically resumed in the lyrics of this old song from Robbie William Everybody is looking for love. This place is too small, there is a limited number of bars and restaurants where you can go.
And unfortunately, I’ve never been one of those connecting people who walk in a bar without knowing anyone and get out leading a group of strangers towards the next pub.Or it’s just that French is a language that has a “formal” written version, and an informal “oral” version.In the formal you have the below verbs: Don’t bother waiting for your Luxembourgish boyfriend to say “I love you”. Be happy if you receive a bretzel on Bretzel Sondeg. Prepare to give chocolate back for Easter, or he’ll ask for the bretzel back.And pay attention to the leap years (like 2016): that’s when giving the bretzel becomes the woman’s duty.and you will be confronted with some very bizarre idioms and some sounds that will make wonder if is English you’re hearing.Now the roles have changed and everyone craves for freedom, but we still live with the false believe that a relationship is suppose to limit your freedom, and to make you behave as society does. She predicted with high precision how the interaction was going to end.