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English girl. Do Polish men afraid to show their feelings or they are just not comfortable in UK?


Less777 - | 50
27 Feb 2014 #61
He doesn't love you annie.
annie1972 - | 6
27 Feb 2014 #62
At least i am not the only one that thinks he doesn't love me... i will show him this thread and see what he thinks ...at least he will see other people think same as me. He isn't an evil man but definitely has attachment issues. Thank you all once again. :)
Xromium 2 | 21
27 Feb 2014 #63
i will show him this thread and see what he thinks

Certainly hope this will make him rise to the occasion - often & effectively
Meathead 5 | 470
28 Feb 2014 #64
At least i am not the only one that thinks he doesn't love me...

give it up girl. Don't date Polish guys, they're emotionally cold.
Guest
28 Feb 2014 #65
Meathead, it's pretty obvious you have been burned but your statements are pretty ignorant.

Not a cultural thing at all as I love having fun several times a week with my wife, and we enjoyed each other for 18 years and still having fun.

The dude is a dud and you are fighting an uphill battle. Move on. Not cultural at all.
Englishman 2 | 278
28 Feb 2014 #66
Men can have medical or psychological problems that affect their sex drive, so it isn't a automatically the case that they're not attracted to their partners. Your man's 20 previous women in the past year would suggest he has no physical problem. So that just leaves psychological/emotional issues or him not being that into you. To find out whether it's the first I think you need to talk to him. But from what you say, it doesn't sound too good.
Meathead 5 | 470
1 Mar 2014 #67
Not a cultural thing at all as I love having fun several times a week with my wife, and we enjoyed each other for 18 years and still having fun.

How many threads do we have on here about problems with Polish spouses being emotionally distant? Once a week? Once every two weeks? Too many to list. This isn't an unusual post.
Xromium 2 | 21
1 Mar 2014 #68
Meathead

How many threads do we have on here about problems with Polish spouses being emotionally distant? Once a week?

May I ask, what is your point? Too many posts with the same problem? Or too many people with the same malady?
Looking through the forum - there seems to be a lot about Polish women being nymphomaniacs, and Polski men being unable to provide this satisfaction. Definitely another PhD could be done on this - my educational institution can facilitate

As for Annie1972 - what is the answer to her question - I would suggest that if the polski cannot deliver, go elsewhere for your needs .. there are many wandering the streets of your city
rychlik 41 | 373
1 Mar 2014 #69
Buy some zinc supplements for him and make him eat sour cabbage, the real kind from a barrel, which can be found in Polish stores. It increases sex drive. Also, he should work out and do ab exercises.

By the way, you should capitalize "Polish" instead of writing "polish". Two different things.
RitaRosa - | 7
1 Mar 2014 #70
Buy some zinc supplements for him and make him eat sour cabbage, the real kind from a barrel, which can be found in Polish stores.

Fascinating :) Is this sour cabbage the same as the German sauerkraut, or is it made differently?
rychlik 41 | 373
1 Mar 2014 #71
He should know. :)

It might be different from the german but I am not familiar with how they make it. It cannot be from a can or jar. Has to be naturally fermented in a barrel. Has a strong odor but soak it in water for a few minutes, drain it and pour some olive oil over it. Tastes great and will make you healthy, improving your mood, skin etc. This with a zinc supplement should make him more randy.
Wulkan - | 3,249
1 Mar 2014 #72
Fascinating :) Is this sour cabbage the same as the German sauerkraut, or is it made differently?

it's quite the same
RitaRosa - | 7
1 Mar 2014 #73
I think it must be very similar.

Very interested in 'natural' remedies for anything.

Certainly worth a go, Annie1972. Nothing to lose :)
jaws
1 Mar 2014 #74
So he is 35 and has a child. Don't you think he might want to focus on raising the kid instead of being a sexual entertainment provider? Some people call it maturity.
rychlik 41 | 373
3 Mar 2014 #75
Seriously guys, try this.
el_easy 2 | 54
3 Mar 2014 #76
He constantly watches other women...especially their backsides so i don't think he is gay.

It seems that he has traumas from preview relationship, try to convince to go to a counsellor or give him ''Viagra'' with that ,he gonna hit you all day.. :)..lol

Sadly, this is one of the main causes people divorce in United State.. :(


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zelig
15 Jun 2014 #77
Could't be more true! I've dated two Polish guys and had exactly the same experience. Cold as hell. Makes you start doubting your own sexiness and self-worth. A total head wreck. Avoid like the plague.
Wulkan - | 3,249
15 Jun 2014 #78
Makes you start doubting your own sexiness and self-worth.

stick to you own country men then. Polish men have a good taste for women.
skrud
15 Jun 2014 #79
This saurkraut treatment is only going to make you break wind like hell ...and if he is to eat it everyday he might as well open his own gas pipe and sell gas to Ukraine :)
Lolek2
15 Jun 2014 #80
No sexual desire is a mark of a true polishman.
Wulkan - | 3,249
15 Jun 2014 #81
Yes, when he dates a minger
JLesh - | 9
16 Jun 2014 #82
This is not a cultural issue. My husband is very warm and kind, especially toward women, and his friends are the same. Sounds like a basic case of incompatibility.
Bejma
22 Jan 2017 #83
Answering your question: as a rule of thumb, Polish men are not drama queens. I think it's a cultural thing.
Wulkan - | 3,249
23 Jan 2017 #84
I think it's a cultural thing.

I think it's just having a balls thing, you either carry yourself with dignity or not.


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