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He works two jobs....that's to the person who mentioned I would pay for it.

We know that sounds like common courtesy but these days, it’s no guarantee.Or, whilst on the date, pick a subject that you’re enthusiastic about, such as a hobby.She will sense your confidence as you talk passionately about it. He said that was my decision to do that and that he is not the same. I am older and have children, but own a home and just graduated from Nursing School. In Nigeria, it is very condescending to eat from the palm of a woman (being sponsored or sort of) and showing it off even when you love her doesn't pass you off as a real man That is just my two cents, you may wanna hear from other people before you come to a conclusion Hello, and thank you. However, he does have a BS already, but is not using it because he found another desire which is nursing. He has met my family, mother children, everyone that means something to me. They don't know who I am, they think we are just friends. He told me that everything must be done in an orderly fashion and that it is not time yet to meet his family even though he met mine. Nigeria men are scared of walking down the aisle with a more successful women because we think they wouldn't accord us the necessary 'rights and respects' if they are not "eating from our palm" (sort of)So I think he would come much around if he graduate and finds a decent job, then he would look like the man in charge when he introduces you to his people.If his family approves of you, he will most likely marry you. Your Nigerian Man’s language will tell you about his culture. This cultural thing is more important when you meet his family, you don’t want to do anything to insult his parents or family members.

Reading or asking him about his culture might be helpful to you down the road. Your Nigerian Man loves his Nigerian food- you will find some Nigerian men here and there who do not like their Nigerian foods but I am yet to find one.

The only known problem with African men especially men from Nigeria is that they are often intimidated by a more successful female partner.

I know he loves me, he makes that clear in the way he treats my children and I. He knew when he approached me that I was 9 years older and he didn't go running...by the way, if we were to get married, both of us would be taking care of the expense.

Love is like a tree planted by the rivers of waters.

so i don't blame both of you, my only concern is why a man would want to stick with an older lady. In my defense, I would also like to add that I am in great shape and I don't look 41, I have been told I look in my late 20's early 30's many times before. So it's not like he is dating a hum drum overweight wrinkled up old lady!!

Many people may also be shy about their appearance.