Men in switzerland dating women in america
Here in Geneva, you spend a whole career assigned in an organisation before you realise ‘I've got no-one to come home to!
' The second challenge is that when a society has all it needs and more, its people are less outgoing with each other", she says.
"We are so used to making checklists at work, that we do the same for our love lives and sometimes that makes us forgo perfectly suitable partners," she explains.
"Many women tend to look for someone who is a better version of themselves – they tend to want to look up to their partner, but when you're at the top of your game that means your pool could become very small." And the traditionally masculine traits and driven demeanour that's made women so successful at work, might work against them in the dating process.
Charlotte* is a trainee lawyer from New York who has lived in Switzerland for five years and currently lives in Bern.
Yet no matter which method you choose, many couples who have met here say you won't meet a significant other until you truly examine how you come across to a potential partner.
"Women often don't realise that men are not using the same criteria in their search for a partner.
Sure, they appreciate women who are smart and successful, however they say she needs to look, feel and act feminine.
Most importantly men want someone who makes them feel good.
They are, in many respects, much more open." The rules of the dating game may have changed over the past decade but if you're searching for love in Switzerland, then there is no shortage of places to look, just make sure you're willing, prepared, and actively taking part in the journey.
"I think it is important to try to be clear about the things one is looking for. My partner was very direct and I met his criteria and that's why he wrote me a fantastic first email!