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Stephan, 38, a German living in Berlin, turned to with the hopes of eventually finding another relationship after one that lasted 12 years had ended.
He found himself in a more difficult landscape than in his 20s, when he met his long-term partner through work and after a few dates decided they were in an exclusive relationship.
It’s more typical to get to know someone through an existing circle of friends, through work or through neighbours, she observed.
Canadian expat Laurel Robbins encountered similar challenges in Munich.
She also urged singles to give speed dating a shot - even if just for practice making small talk with strangers.
Max said Germans are usually as open to meeting a fellow German as an international resident, “but are cautious about moving forward with anything serious if they know someone is just going to be here for the short term,” he said.
“I think people see it differently in Germany than in the U. Yet in the end he met his girlfriend after a stand-up comedy show.“I have advised people to go there if looking for something serious, but with patience I think you can meet someone anywhere.” Even in cities such as Berlin, she advised Germans and expats alike to get involved with meet-ups, whether cooking or dancing, to meet people with similar interests.The group Inter Nations is another resource for both expats and internationally minded Germans, and where a handful of people she knows have met their mates.In vivid detail, he explained he was interested in an acquaintance and wanted to see where it would go.She contrasted her own story with that of another friend, who found out her American husband was cheating on her when an alert popped up on her phone when she wasn’t in the room.
Now the two are engaged and set to be married in Hamburg, where Shoup has seen a culture more conducive to serious relationships.