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The things you fall in love with become the things that, in excess, drive you crazy.
Namely, these things in my own particular Greek man are:1. When things are good, the drama and enthusiasm he displays are infectious and enjoyable.
When my man is not in Greece he is a completely different person - well almost! One thing I love about my Greek man is his spontaneity and ability to take risks, pick himself up and start from the beginning again when things go wrong.
(Bearing in mind that reaching this point means going through the Greek drama outlined in 1 above).
I would love to hear other people's opinions on this blog.
In my opinnion ,after all ,there is no Greek Culture without the participation of both sexes.
I have a dear friend that is married to a Greek Man.
I find her opinions very interesting so I decided to put them on this blog, here is her humble opinions:"It is not easy.
The high drama of a Greek tragedy is released and things get thrown around and smashed, loved ones are on the receiving end of verbal abuse and it seems all the Gods are converging over his head to bring him misery. She is always their in the background and he knows that whatever he does she will look after him.Think about it: if you say you’re in love with someone, but your friends or family don’t see the chemistry, you might be angry when they tell you that it “doesn’t look like love.” Are they wrong? How does one know who to believe–thus, as we do in this age, we search the Internet, desperately seeking to know what, exactly, is love.From the scientific point of view, love is a powerful and permanent neurological condition.And why is it that, even when we don’t fully understand what exactly love is, we tend to make decisions–good and bad–based on love?Love is one of the most profound emotions we experience as humans.