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Swedish girls receive mixed reviews from men who have visited Sweden. For some men, they rank among the giants of international women such as Russian and Ukrainian women. Other men suggest that Swedish girls are no better than American or British in terms of their attitudes and overrated appearances. In this article, we will attempt to elucidate the confusion related to the most famous Scandinavian women and shed light on how to be successful with dating Swedish girls.
The following are 10 things men need to know about Swedish girls before they embark on a Swedish invasion trip. Upon my first trip to Stockholm, I felt as though I entered a land devoid of human emotion. Sweden feels like it was built inside a laboratory. It has a sterile and bland feeling. It is like eating an unflavored potato. Sweden as a country feels soulless. This melancholic and emotionally detached feeling undoubtedly rubs off on its citizens. Swedish girls are flat-lined emotionally.
Perhaps they have discovered the secret to emotional equilibrium. Nothing in particular stands out about them except the importance of social circle. Like most Scandinavian countries, making new friends is rare.
Swedes tend to stick closely to their friends. Most of their friends are from childhood and they have long-standing histories. Since the Viking days, Swedish women were known to be strong-willed and independent. Centuries ago they were permitted to own land and attain positions of importance. When their husbands went off to war, they assumed the position as head of the household in charge of all important decisions.
Swedish women were even permitted to hold positions such as doctors way before other European women. Swedish girls are brought up to be confident, accomplished, and successful. They are unafraid to speak their mind and share viewpoints. Furthermore, Swedish dating does not move towards marriage. Couples usually cohabitate but do walk down the aisle of matrimony together. It is common for Swedish couples to have children later in life.