Have set questions in your head, and ask them on the course of the date. But I do think that at the earliest convenience he should meet them.I say this so that he knows that you come from a good home.I’m sure, if nothing else, it will be interesting, and more food for my blog. But let’s put the cliched “money-loving” attitude of Ghanaian women aside and talk about something else.If God forbid anything was to happen on the road, who would know where I am.If he’s a gentleman, and a man who is interested for more than just sex, then he should suck it up and come to the door and say good evening sir, I am taking your daughter out for the night, I will be back soon.
But really, Mr Harvey put it simply, when you first start a job, you are put on probation for at least 90 days, you are confirmed once you have proved that you are up to doing the job.It’s likely that he doesn’t see you as a girlfriend so forget. Go with the flow – I’ve found that relationships are hard work, but when it feels like it is so hard to the point when it starts to consume you, it’s not worth it.However, with my rules above, I’m just going to go with the flow, no expectations, and no over analysis. But just like everything in Ghana, I’m just going to make the most of it and enjoy the moment.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’.
Normally, I only tell a few friends when I first start dating, it then transfers to the blog once the shit hits the fan and I am going through the 5 stages of grief.