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I realized if you didnt meet your girl in high school/ college or meet someone in your work enviorment its going to be extremely hard to meet or connect with decent women, especially if your black. We live in a virtual world now where texting, twitter, facebook, and Iphone rule the social scene and people are even more disconnected. Even here in the tampa I tried countless times to approach many women and all have been flakey, even when I lower my standards. Now im thinking about overseas, I get discouraged sometimes because I have to learn a whole new language and I have to create residual income live off of in order to spend large amounts of time there. It gets frustrating. Should I completely give up on american women and invest all my time in getting overseas? Or should I keep hope here in the U.S.? What has been your expirience? Thanks
The best way to learn a new language is total immersion.
The US real estate market right now is great for building passive income, and will stay low for years to come.
If you're not willing to put in the effort, then don't waste other people's time.
get the hell out of America now, it is a HORRIBLE country, that culture is hellish, the women are hellish, the people are hellish, in fact, America is a hell on earth.
I would qualify this and say that the best way to learn a language is total immersion AFTER 2 or 3 years of studying that language in a classroom or seriously on one's own. You also need adequate resources such as dictionaries and grammar reference books. If you just throw an adult American into an all-Bulgarian speaking area without any help or books, I don't think he'll pick up very much. The information is just too much for an adult brain to handle.
The linguist Krashen says that "we learn languages by understanding messages." If you don't understand any of the content, you won't learn anything except maybe some pronounciation.
In my experience, it was quite painful for me to come to Hungary after I'd only studied the language a short time beforehand. It was quite a lot to try to study such a complicated language while also working and taking care of other practical stuff. Now I've got a decent grasp of the language, but man, it was a long, hard fight, and I've still got a lot to learn about it.
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