Dating a polish woman
But Poland is a complex and fascinating place and knowing nuances and subtleties, or simply knowing more’ can get you to places you never thought existed. First you must know that Poland has always been on the crosswords of East and West, tradition and modernity, progress and backwardness. This sign of Polish chivalry can do miracles for you, but only if done the right way - you should never lift her arm to the height of your mouth in order to kiss Polish Woman. And yhou can always shake hands - not so impressive, but acceptable and safe.
This duality is still present, so the rules pointed out below not always apply. Handshake is a safe and always acceptable way of greeting women in Poland. Finally, you can use a touch-free option for greeting Polish women (or women general for that matter) - just say hi, smile and nod.
Kissing each other in both cheeks is very common in Poland not only among Polish women, but also among younger generation, also in a non-dating situation.
So, don’t panic, you’re not doing anything intimate yet.
As with any other rule relating to Polish Dating – be flexible and don’t apply it all the time and towards everybody. This is very nice and important element of Polish dating. They like receiving flowers on occasion – names day, birthday, anniversary, first date - or without any occasion at all. While she’s cooling down from the stunning impression you’ve made, you stay calm as if you’ve done that 1,000 times and start a neutral topic.
About dating- the worst thing is to act just to attract her. And about one thing you are right- we are maybe more ‘modern’ and open than Ukrainians.
Nevertheless I cannot agree with most of information and ‘advices’ in this article.
However most Polish women are of traditional background and they will appreciate your good manners. Be honest and stand up to your convictions if necessary.
Just remember, when dating a Polish woman, it’s never wrong to offer getting the bill. If you don’t like the your Polish woman speaks or dresses, find another Polish woman, there are millions of them. I used the word ‘start’ deliberately, because the process of learning Polish language never really ends, also for native speakers.