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Boyfriend going to Poland from the US to study may possibly live there


granddiviner 1 | -
28 Feb 2010 #1
My boyfriend is considering moving from the U.S. to Poland to attend school and make some money. He doesn't know if he's going to stay there for the rest of his life or come back to the U.S. after that. He also isn't even sure if he wants to go there for school. I'm really interested in learning about his culture (his family is Polish) with him and he's teaching me Polish and I'm very supportive of his thought process. He's taking off three months next year after high school to travel to Krakow to see if he likes it there and see if he really is interested in going to school there. Him and I are pretty committed to each other and we want to stay with each other for some time including his time in Poland (whether it is just those three months or if he goes to school there). I'm wondering if it is a realistic expectation that we will be able to get through that, I am pretty confident that would could. I'm just looking to get some opinion on it from people who have had international experiences (specifically regarding the U.S. and Poland) before.
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595
28 Feb 2010 #2
make some money

Then he's the first person in history who goes from US to Poland to make money.
Torq
28 Feb 2010 #3
My boyfriend is considering moving from the U.S. to Poland to (...) make some money.

Sounds like a smart fella ;)
scottie1113 7 | 898
28 Feb 2010 #4
Then he's the first person in history who goes from US to Poland to make money.

If he even gets a job, he ain't gonna make much. This is Poland, not Pittsburg. He must be out of his mind to think such a thing. What kind of work does he think he can find for such a short time? Not going to happen.

He's how old? Still in high school? Man, he's got a lot to learn about life, let alone life in Poland.

I don't mean to rain on your parade, but these are some seriously unreasonable expectations. Good luck.
Nika 2 | 507
28 Feb 2010 #5
Then he's the first person in history who goes from US to Poland to make money.

You're right Szwed - he's a genuine pioneer.
convex 20 | 3,978
28 Feb 2010 #6
He's gay? I'm guessing he'll be back soon enough.
jamesams1357 - | 35
1 Mar 2010 #7
why is runing away to poor poland someone wants to kill him in america
paparacci6 - | 5
9 Apr 2010 #8
i have an experiece about international relation,i've boyfriend,he is pole,he is student,i live my country, is so hard to have so far relation,i advace one if you realy want to be with him,don't let go him alone,go with him...poland is nice country,i've visted many times,but if he find some great group in study with big enjoy is big chanse to forget about you..[i][/i]
rakeshsharma - | 3
22 Jun 2010 #9
Merged: Top 3 things to learn while living/working in Warsaw!

Ok, so the first one would be Polish language. What do you think are other 2?


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