Expat dating middle east
Being older, I am more likely to find men in my age range who are married back home; a younger woman might not have this problem, or may have an easier time ascertaining what a man is really about.
I'm dating a Lebanese man (who is Christian), which I identify with, but I don't practice.
Working in Doha, Qatar, was her first expatriate experience.
Now in her fourth year in Qatar, she was happy to provide information about her experiences, and the inside scoop for, as the song goes, all the single ladies. I am an artist, so if something is happening in my creative identity, I tend to close myself up and try to hone in on it, and become pretty detached form everything else.
I don't want to forget how to budget and do things for myself. When I got here, I had anticipated it being a short-term thing, but now it's four years.
I could probably have bought three cars now with the cost of renting!
(Well, I've been to Canada.) I currently work as an art teacher for high school students. The Qatari government keeps things under a fine check that no one is willing to cross, so I feel safe from being robbed.