That is, to share my whole experience of life as a British girl in Ghana.
After resigning myself to the fact that I will not get anyone who can handle me, I’ve started dating again.
That’s always interesting in this country because I have yet to pass the 3 month probationary period, so we’ll see how this one goes.
In my previous blogs I was adamant that I will not date anyone who hasn’t spent a significant amount of time overseas because the mindset is completely wrong.
So I’ll give it a go as it has been almost a year since my last disastrous dating experience, maybe he can redeem my faith in Ghanaian men.
Having been home for a while, and with time on my hands, I have been reading some of these self-help books, like the Steve Harvey book ‘think like a man’ and ‘he’s just not that into you’.
These are examples of some of the most notorious scams in the world of online dating and on the internet in general.
They often communicate with you for weeks and months so you think you are getting to know them better while it is actually all part of their master plan.This guy, however seems to be the exception to this rule, he’s never travelled further than the west coast, he is a little bit of a hustler.But he has a job, he is kind, and although I was hoping for an older millionaire, the main thing is he can pay his bills and he is coming across as a nice guy. I also am a sex-ed teacher for Planned Parenthood of Ghana, in Legon. Once you're in one, you don't want to pray for the worst.