Tips for Writing Letters to Russian Women

Published: 27th September 2006
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In your initial letter, you should provide the following information:



Your full name



Your full address



Your age, height, and weight



Your email address



Children you have and their ages



Anyone who lives with you (family, roommates, etc.)



Your marital status (presumably single)



Your occupation



Your hobbies and interests



Description of your lifestyle



Description of where you live



Your personality



Your goals in life



Your expectations of your wife



If you are interested in having children with her



Why you are looking for a Russian woman



Your feelings about religion



If you have serious health problems



Let her know if you own your own home



Let her know that you can support a family



Tell her you are serious about getting married



Things you should not do in your letters:

Don't use slang or colloquialisms



Don't use words or phrases she is not going to understand



Don't try to explain difficult concepts keep things simple



Don't talk about your problems with women



Don't talk about other problems in your life



Don't talk about other women or other Russian women



Don't talk about sex



Don't talk negatively about anything if possible, say things in a positive manner rather than negative (e.g. "I like simple wholesome food," rather than "I hate ethnic food.")



Don't try to impress her with the things you have. You want her to want you for who you are, not what you own.



Don't bad mouth other men who are writing to her or try to discourage her from writing to them.



When writing your first few letters to a woman, begin the letters with 'Hello' or 'Hi' and her name. Do not use 'Dear' as it will be translated literally into the Russian. To her, you will appear extremely forward.



You don't even know her and you are calling her a name similar to 'Honey' or 'Darling.' English speaking people use the introductory word 'Dear' when they are writing a complaint letter or sending a letter to a person they are suing in court.



If you think about it, it's almost insane to use the word 'Dear' so generally. But it is a custom we learn habit and as such is an unconscious habit. It's so unconscious; we do it even when it sounds absurd.



It's about as unconscious of a thought process as putting Braille letters on a drive up teller machine, or when executioner's use an alcohol swab before the give a condemned convict a lethal injection (is he really concerned about the threat of infection at that point!)



You don't need to be Superman to impress her. You only need to be a normal guy. Unlike western women, who seem to be looking for somebody out of the ordinary, Russian women are more likely to be attracted to someone who has a regular job, has average looks, who has no bad habits, who likes a cozy home life and children.



If you are reliable, faithful, kind, honest, stable, you are everything she is looking for. It may sound ironic, but if you sound too wonderful, it may decrease your chances with a woman. She may feel that she doesn't deserve you or that you are out of her league.



Russian women suffer from a lack of self-confidence. A lot of it has to do with how single women are perceived in Russia. Don't overwhelm her, or you may scare her away.



John has been married to a Russian women for over five years. He has travelled the path from finding her, to traveling to Russia, to bring his wife to America, and adjusting to married life. He will show you step by step how to do this yourself.

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