Not interested in dating you

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Just because you get this blog emailed to you doesn’t mean you’re on my mailing list.My mailing list is a completely separate newsletter with completely separate advice that goes out every Tuesday.So if you’re thinking about dating a Jamaican man or you just want to be entertained for the next couple of slides, let’s dive in.Before we get down to the nitty, gritty can we just agree that not all Jamaican men, or all men in general for that matter, are the same.I’m very new to e Harmony and have gone on two dates with one of my first matches. They put themselves out there – their emotions, their hearts, their hopes.

They reason that vanishing without a trace is better than rejecting someone out right…right? By not addressing the situation, you will often succeed at exactly the thing you want to avoid: hurting someone.

Just as soon as you think you have a group of people pegged, that’s when someone will flip it on you.

It’s no secret that Jamaican men don’t have the best reputation when it comes to dating.

Rumor has it that they’re misogynistic, controlling and philanderers.

But let’s be real, what ethnic group of men can we not say that about?

I applaud you for writing in about a dating scenario that is all too often mishandled.

Typically sane individuals can become a jumble of nerves, anxiety and expectations.

I’ve spent a lot of time around people of that culture to learn a thing or ten.

Well, my grandparents, aunts and uncles are Jamaican.

I intend to answer a few pertinent questions that have been on my mind for a very long time, around the subject of dating and relationships.

Quite an assertion to make I know, yet it is one that requires honest introspection into your characteristics and mannerisms.

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