4 Tips For Dating Asian Girls

If you are a Western man who wishes to seek a love life in an Asian dating site, then you need to be very careful about how you go about things. It is very easy to screw things up with a few wrong words or gestures, especially when you are meeting her for the first time. Here a few simple but essential pointers for dating Asian girls:

Be very sensitive

The Western approach to conflict-resolution and interpersonal interactions is usually brutally frank and to-the-point. The Asian way of going about things, however, is usually very non-verbal and ‘respectful’ to the other person. This is why many men from the West find it difficult to get along with Asian women, as they cannot comprehend what makes her tick.

Women are complicated enough, but this aspect of many Asians is what makes the first few meetings all the more important. While you may be fortunate enough to meet Asian girls who will understand these cultural differences, you will score some major points if you are able to communicate on both a verbal and non-verbal level.

Religion and customs

Speaking of cultural differences, you have to be aware of the basic tenets of religion and customs that your Asian partner adheres to. This is especially important in the process, as many Asians keep these religions and customs close to their heart.

While each religion has its own set of do’s and don’ts, humility and mild manners are looked upon favorably by most Asian girls. Taking such an approach will open up the channels of communication between you and her, and will help cover any cultural or religious landmines you manage to step on.

Family orientation

Family is a very significant thing for Asians around the world, especially those hailing from the Oriental regions. Railing and belittling their families is like railing and belittling them as well.

If the topic of family comes up when you first meet Asian girls, do not bolt out of the room in a panic. Stay honest and true to your beliefs, but remember to maintain a mild and humble composure. In addition, be very careful in airing your opinions about family matters. There are some lines you should not cross, especially when it comes to negative appraisals of the girl’s family.

Identifying gold diggers

One last word of warning. There is a common and unpleasant stereotype about Asian women which takes the form of gold diggers. Unscrupulous girls on the lookout for rich Western men to serve as their sugar daddies may not be 100% true, but the risk is something you do not want to ignore.

If the topic of money comes up, whether it is an ailing brother who can’t pay the hospital bills or an unpaid college tuition fee, it is then recommended to drop the girl like a hot potato. This is especially true if the relationship is at its early stages, and if you feel that you are just being led on.

These four tips for dating Asian girls are simple, yes, but they can mean the difference between a successful date and a total waste of time, money and effort. Keep them in mind, and you will be able to find the girl of your dreams!

How to Get Your Girl Back With 7 Critical Tips

You and your girl had a big fight and she has decided to break up with you and has walked out. You realize, you want to get your girl back but don’t know how to do it. Here are some tips and suggestions to help you get your girl back.

1. Reach Out

Sounds simple, but it’s not so simple. She is angry and will play hard to get. That does not mean you should stop calling her or reaching out to her. Continue to try reaching out to her in all possible ways and keep the effort going.

2. No Dating

Don’t try to date other girls or surround yourselves with girls. By doing so, the only message you will be sending is, you did not care for her enough. If you seriously want to get your girl back, then don’t even think of trying to make her jealous. It will backfire on you.

3. Don’t forget important days

Don’t forget important days such as her birthday or anniversaries. Girls remember such things and expect their guy to remember too. If she has walked out, don’t stop sending her gifts and flowers on these important occasions. You will not only make her feel special but will also get your girl back soon.

4. Call her often

Keep the communication channels open. Call her often and tell her how much you miss her and wish you were here kind of messages. She will melt and coming back to you, once she realizes how much you love and care for her.

5. Don’t play games

Don’t play any sinister games. If you seriously want to get your girl back, then show genuine feelings. Don’t use flowery words or poems you don’t mean. For once try to say what is truly in your heart honestly. Your girl will appreciate your honesty more than flowery poems.

6. Apologize

There is nothing like a genuine apology. If you feel you were wrong. Then apologize for your bad behavior and promise not to repeat such appalling behavior in future. If you apology is genuine she will forgive you and give another chance to your relationship.

7. Woo her back

Renew your relationship. One way to get your girl back is to begin the relationship anew. Go on dates, visit her favorite spots. Spend quality time. Understand her needs and her expectations. Relationships are two way partnerships and each partner has to contribute to make a relationship work and successful. Involve her in your decisions concerning the relationship. Tell her your feelings as often as possible and sooner than you realize, you will get your girl back and love will enter your relationship to stay there forever.

Girl Scout Songs – What Shall We Sing Tonight?

Singing girl scout songs is not something I have done a lot of, being a guy! I imagine the girls must be more refined, dainty and classy. I’m sure they must sing the kind of songs you would sing at a church camp. The songs they sing must be quite different from the songs that I have heard around Boy Scout campfires. Is that true?

I have two daughters that have told me the kinds of songs they sing, and I can tell you, they sing the same kinds of songs that the boys sing. Maybe even worse! I think some songs they sing would make even a boy scout blush!

Not to worry; I am not promoting that kind of song here.

Whenever I ask one of the young ladies I know to tell me their favorite girl scout song or campfire girl song, the first one they say is Princess Pat. So here is Princess Pat, along with a few other camping songs popular among girl scouts, campfire girls and other organizations for girls.

  • Princess Pat: This song is a favorite among girls. The whole song is in The Great American Campfire Songbook. It is a sing and repeat song; The leader sings a line and everyone else repeats. There are also some fun actions that go along with it: The Princess Pat (pose like and Egyptian) Lived in a tree (hands in the air like a tree) She sailed across (wavy hands like the ocean) The seven seas (hold up 7 fingers then form a ‘C’ with hand) She sailed across (wavy hands) The channel too (trace a channel w/2 hands then show #2) And took with her (throw a sack over shoulder) A rick-a-bamboo. (trace a wavy figure in front as you go down, bending knees as you go) A rick-a-bamboo (same as above) Now what is that? (shrug shoulders) It’s something made (bang one fist atop the other) By the Princess Pat. (Egyptian pose) It’s red and gold (one hand on hip, other hand up) And purple too. (reverse pose) That’s why they call (cup hands around mouth, and shout) It a rick-a-bamboo. (same as before) Now captain Jack (salute) And his mighty crew (salute some more) They sailed across (same as before) The channel too. (same as before) But their ship sank (plug nose and go down) And yours will too (point at audience) If you don’t take (throw invisible bag over shoulder) The rick-a-bamboo. (same as before) The Princess Pat (same as before) Saw captain Jack (hand above eyes like a lookout) She reeled him in (reel in like your fishing) And brought him back (pat on his imaginary back) She saved his life (salute) And his crew’s too (salute some more) And do you know how (shrug) With a rick-a-bamboo. (same as before)
  • A Little Miss: I really don’t know how popular or widespread this song is. A niece of mine taught it to me. I thought it was fun, and so I have included it. I don’t know of any actions, but there are definitely possibilities. Here are the words: The music and chords are included in the campfire songbook. A little miss, went out to pick some flowers. Stood in the grass, up to her ankle bones. She saw a bird and thought of turkey feathers. It broke her heart, she let a farmer take her home.
  • I Like Bananas, Coconuts and Grapes: This is another favorite at girls camps. It can really get silly as you replace all the vowels with an ‘e’ or ‘a’ or ‘o’ or another vowel. There are 5 vowels, but you can also use the different pronunciations of those vowels. In the first verse you sing: I like bananas, coconuts and grapes. In the second verse, replace all the vowels with an e, and sing: E leke benenes, cecenets end grepes. In the third verse replace all the vowels with another vowel, like o and sing: O loke bononos coconots ond gropes. You can continue with whatever vowels you want to use.
  • Happy Wanderer: Just a happy song. It’s great for the outdoors, and is also an excellent hiking song.
  • I Love the Mountains: Just another happy song. Also an excellent hiking song.
  • Cannibal King: Another very popular girls camp song. The chorus moves along pretty fast, but that’s what makes it fun.

This is just a handful of good girl scout songs. If you have some favorites that I have not included, drop me an email with your suggestions. I can always add more to my songbook.