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Here are three things I discovered about the French approach to romance and how we can apply them to our own relationships at every stage, from dating to marriage.When I asked Noémie about French dating habits, she started by saying that she couldn’t think of a French equivalent for the word “dating.” It just doesn’t translate, either as a word or a concept.I looking to find out if we are suffering from cultural misunderstandings or it is just not meant to be.For example, we do not speak very often in between dates.“We don’t really have the notion of dating in France,” she explained.

Some dates seemed like they would love to see me again, and then I never heard from them.

On the other hand, there are some undeniable differences between our two cultures, and the cliché of the French as a uniquely romantic nation isn’t completely unwarranted.

I spoke to some French people to find out what exactly they’re doing differently from us.

No, wait, all his photos are selfies and he has this one on here twice. However, if they decide they want to meet you in person, they’ll make a move. On a few of my dates, I had trouble reading the mind of the man sitting across from me.

I’ve met guys in bars as well and once was approached on the metro.

For many years I've been fascinated with the subject of American women who prefer Frenchmen only, even to the point of shunning men who are not French in the dating world.

I recently learned from various sources that the case of American women dating French men is far from rare.

When the French venture into the American dating scene, they find it warlike, unromantic, a bit slutty, and — above all — highly regimented. — are attempts from Marie-Lyse Paquin writing for rules for the American déïte, as explained by those brave French who have attempted to cross the romantic divide.

“Their highly codified dating game doesn’t leave much space for magic,” complains . I’ve only included observations that I’ve found frequently repeated in French-language news articles and blogs (though I’ve also heard variants of these repeated by people from various parts of the world who have spent time in America), and the standard TP disclaimers apply; as with all cultural observations, they’re not universal descriptions of behavior, and they’re obviously relative to the culture making the observations.

In America, this is categorized as 'He's just not that into you..' What is typical behaviour after dating for almost 6 months?

Does anyone have insight or experience in dating the French?