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He will want to see your tender, loving side, so ensure that you make a fuss over him even if he has just the slightest of sniffles. BE A WOMAN: Despite all this modern talk about equality, Greek men tend to be very traditional and at the end of the day, the man is the head, the woman only the neck blah blah blah.
Greeks want a woman who will tend to them, love them, look after their children, cook them nice meals and keep their bed warm.
After she spent much of her childhood battling against the Greek stereotype that a woman’s place is in the kitchen, author Ekaterina Botziou* shares her wisdom on how to keep your Greek man happy in the following opinion piece.
A Greek male is a complex creature full of contradictions, hyperboles and oxymorons.
When I lived in Brooklyn there were many Greeks and these ladies were called ‘Bay Ridge beauties’ because all of NYC knew how beautiful and perfectly made up they were (Bay Ridge is where they lived in Brooklyn of course).
If you want a mate from Greece than you need to consider the values and morals of the country.
Greek men are notoriously close to their mothers, so creating strong ties with your potential mother-in-law is very important.
Appreciate his interests and praise his efforts at all times. DON’T MAKE A MESS: As another by-result of their highly controlled upbringing, Greek men are very fussy.In the early wooing stages, try to combine sexy with smart but don’t go too over the top.When you get to the ‘going out’ phase, you may dress as provocatively as he likes, but if you go out alone or with girlfriends, you should don a nun’s outfit. LOVE THE FAMILY (and his car): They say that behind every great man, there is a great woman. And his father, brother, uncle, sister, cousin, nephew, god-son, best friend, and anyone else who has known him for longer than you.I think the genetics of modern Greek women are different than those of an Ancient woman because of the history from Sparta and Athens to the Byzantine empire and the Ottoman empire.I think these Hellenic models have a more mixed exotic look.