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Here’s what it’s like for Italian women dating American men, in her words. Rick and I might not speak the same language, but we always did understand each other when it came about our intentions. I didn’t need to ask to see that Rick had that optimism about life and that faith in love that one needs to put himself out there again.
Read what she has to say on the topic, and then click over to the other blogs to read about the opposite perspective. In Italy, divorced men are a little snubbed, because the system makes the process of ending a marriage so miserable, long, aggravating, and financially burdening (and if you’re thinking “in America, too” just multiply that by “n”) that the majority of divorced people just won’t give it another try. All of that said, it should be obvious that being married to an American turned out great, because I married a great man, that is.
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Her blog, Married to Italy, is home to her rants and raves and serves as her therapeutic search for hilarity amongst the chaos.I moved in with her two months later, and two years after that we were married. In Italy – and again, this does not apply to everybody – I had grown tired of all the seductive scenes and the Cirano poems and the drama.These days, she’s a full-time to our beautiful little goddess, Demetra. And I had grown tired of a game where girls should pretend to be disinterested even when they’re interested so as not to be judged, and men should pretend they’re serious when they’re not, just to have a chance to gain favor (among other goals).So here I am again, struggling to find my place among a group of female expat bloggers, all of whom are 20 years younger than me and ten-times better writers.
I must be the unknowing beneficiary of some sort of blogger affirmative action program, because otherwise I’m at a loss to explain my inclusion in this field.Rochelle Del Borrello is an Australian journalist by trade, something she has thankfully left behind to write, photograph and taste life in Sicily, an experience she shares on her blog Unwilling Expat ( ) Rochelle is currently hating people’s obsession with the Selfie, Geordie Shore and the confusing world of Italian politics and liking Stromae, The Voice Italy, Springtime in Sicily and collaborating with other certifiable Expats in Italy. ) This week we turn over the keyboards to our European partners and let them have a little fun at our expense for a change.