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On one level, I totally agreed with her, but there was something about her opinions that just didn’t quite square with my experiences. She didn’t mention her real name, and I wouldn’t reveal it anyway.The important thing is that she’s an Italian girl in her 30’s who has been living in Australia for 10 years, and she’s STILL trying to work out the rather large cultural gaps when it comes to dating, courtship, and social protocols in general. Her situation gives her a unique perspective that, in my opinion, is very instructive for foreign men in Italy hoping to “get lucky” with Italian girls.She blogs about life in Italy, travel around Europe (and the world).
So here I am again, struggling to find my place among a group of female expat bloggers, all of whom are 20 years younger than me and ten-times better writers.
I must be the unknowing beneficiary of some sort of blogger affirmative action program, because otherwise I’m at a loss to explain my inclusion in this field.
(Read her article here, “Becoming Bold and Italic.”) Italian Fashion is Good for Your Health " data-medium-file="https://rickzullo.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/misty-evans-surviving-italy.jpg" data-large-file="https://rickzullo.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/misty-evans-surviving-italy.jpg" class="alignleft size-full wp-image-2897" src=" alt="misty-evans-surviving-italy" width="150" height="121" /M. Georgette is an American social media strategist, copywriter, blogger and a certifiable ‘Tuscan Texan’ living and breathing all things Florence.
Elizabeth Evans of “Surviving Italy” is an American expat trapped between two worlds with her badass husband, his chest hair, and their poodle. Her award-winning blog Surviving In Italy, aims to honestly portray her life in Italy, the sober times, the drunken times, the yelling, food, family, and on occasion her obsession with the majestic Capybara. Social inside and out, she lives in the moment and eats way too much pasta.
Of course, these are some of the most superficial aspects. You’ve been taught that saying certain things under certain circumstances to certain people is or it’s not appropriate. So at first it never occurred to me to think that I would have had to deal with boundaries so different than mine. For example, he ignored everything about the “friendly vaffanculo” (a most endearing way to use a swear word) and in fact he dedicated a full post about it.
There are smaller, sometimes more meaningful things that represent a challenge for a couple from different cultural backgrounds. Coming from a culture that has its roots in Greek tragedy (I’m Sicilian), I still can’t get over my husband’s imperturbable calm in every situation. He still asks me, four years later, “why are you yelling? Now, the interesting thing is that when I’m back in Italy, I pass for the quiet one. You might be surprised to find out that different things have been taught to me as more or less appropriate.
Rick’s wife Jessica discusses Italian women dating American men.
" data-medium-file="https://rickzullo.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/jess1.jpg" data-large-file="https://rickzullo.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/jess1.jpg" class="wp-image-2996 size-full" src=" alt="italian girls dating american men" width="261" height="209" / My wife Jessica was born in the relatively small town of Messina, Sicily.
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