Dating a asian guy
Most dating sites are run by people who have no idea about dating and are just telling you what you wish to hear. That’s not only colossally stupid, but also dangerous.These so-called “dating expert” sites will just churn out generic, vague advice that is about as helpful and trite as reading a cheesy hallmark greeting card. We can’t all be doctors and scientists, but we can all be true to ourselves.
I noticed that a majority of the couples were of the White/Asian variety.And yes I know I'm not a relationship expert, a PUA, or even a wingwoman. Indeed men are men, but there's still a fairly large gap in dating when it comes to black women and Asian men.I can fully understand any questioning my authority to write on such a topic--then again it seems you don't need to be an expert on anything to be declared a relationship expert nowadays (looking at you Patty Stanger and Steve Harvey). Interracial dating is a big deal for a lot of people. But it seems extra scary for some of those when we decide to step out out own racial pool and into another one. But I figured what the hey and decided to humor a few folks with just giving some advice. So you may be shy, skinny, short, hesitant, and as a result, you’ve grown discouraged and isolated yourself in front of your computer watching minutes fall off the clock, your life ending one agonizing minute at a time. And it’s even worse when one doesn’t possess the aptitude to excel in this very math-heavy field of study. The only thing WRONG about computer science is majoring in it because you feel obligated by your parents to do so.It's still amazing to me how easy it is to find some many blog post, Topix questions, or encounter women in everyday life that are still asking about Asian men and how to meet them, how to date them, etc. #shrugs I'm sure you're also wondering why I'm gearing this mostly at women and not the men as well. I know it's not just black women Googling this stuff and have met Asian men asking some of the same questions as the women.
Perhaps this is a bit of a cop-out, but the majority of what I'm writing is coming from my experience; those experience happen to be of me as a black woman and how Asian men have reacted to it.
So I like said above, this is going to be a series of posts.
They can’t understand the things each other grew up with, and what they experienced because it’s so different.
You won’t find a shred of superficial writing here. It took me years to learn that and years not to forget it.
Let’s put it this way: Could you imagine taking your son or daughter to an under-qualified pediatrician who didn’t know what he was doing, but only cheated through medical school because he was scared to disappoint his Asian parents?
In retrospect, I have graduated with a degree in Computer Science like my engineering father so desperately wanted me to do, but I didn’t want to spend my life’s eternity doing something I hated. It’s an extremely useful skill set to have, especially in this day and age.