Dating spanish women

02-Mar-2019 04:40

Maybe in Barcelona there's some problems dating, maybe the problem is somewhere else. If you surround yourself with people on your list, then you will find more of the people on your list. But I also feel you tend to be very judgmental of others.You sound pretty jaded; maybe it's justified, but still, it's not a good starting point, specially if you are already in your thirties: Most guys will either feel intimidated and/or feel the shit you'll give them won't be worth the effort compared to younger (and probably more naïve) women.Change the kind of pubs you visit, try to find new atmospheres and environments, join a gym/ classes with young people. Some of you might not agree, but I feel like I see a lot of couples out in Madrid and it feels like there are a lot of romantic relationship based activities to do here.I will also say most of my friends (I'm 26 btw) from here are in long term relationships or seem to mostly have only done ltrs.I have heard the term "cosmopolitan" my whole life, but I think of Madrid when anyone says it. So your post makes me think that this might be an issue with you yourself.It has been my experience that the best men I know, can sort of "smell" (sense) very quickly when a woman is like you. We all have to come to terms with this in life sooner or later.I've been living here for three years and never had a serious relationship, even though I'm attractive and did put myself out there (dating apps plus going out plus hobbies).Yes, obviously I had guys interested in me, but it was always a one way street. I have to admit that I laughed at the concept of "the boring catalan." Will mention this to the people I know from there, lol. You'll meet #1, #3, and #4 for both genders in any big city.

I'm sick and tired of the dating scene in Madrid.Of course there's fuckboys, guys who have never left madrid and things like that here, but I think you might have a better chance at the dating scene here because people take it more seriously. But as someone else said, the key is to be in the kinds of place where you'd meet the kinds of men you'd want to date.I wouldn't expect to meet my soulmate at Kapital.If you're looking for meaningful relationships it's probably best to build up your social circle in Barcelona and befriend anyone you find fun or interesting, even if you wouldn't "date" them.Eventually you'll meet people you are attracted to, enjoy their company, and actually share a connection other than having swiped in the same direction on a phone app.

I'm sick and tired of the dating scene in Madrid.Of course there's fuckboys, guys who have never left madrid and things like that here, but I think you might have a better chance at the dating scene here because people take it more seriously. But as someone else said, the key is to be in the kinds of place where you'd meet the kinds of men you'd want to date.I wouldn't expect to meet my soulmate at Kapital.If you're looking for meaningful relationships it's probably best to build up your social circle in Barcelona and befriend anyone you find fun or interesting, even if you wouldn't "date" them.Eventually you'll meet people you are attracted to, enjoy their company, and actually share a connection other than having swiped in the same direction on a phone app.Hi, I (30, female) been living in Barcelona for three years (I'm European but not Spanish).