Actually, I’m writing this blog because I found on one of my nifty blog tools that somebody discovered this page while doing a search for “how to make a Peruvian woman happy.” Although I haven’t previously written a blog with that precise title, the searcher was lucky in arriving at my page since I happen to be an expert on that subject.
But actually, making a Peruvian woman happy is easy. You see, they’re completely reasonable people who put family ahead of everything.
Family is more important than career.
Family is more important than personal ego.
Family is more important than a million little things that people allow to get in the way of their happiness.
And you know what?
The other thing about Peruvian women is that they’re eager to embrace their femininity. They enjoy being caregivers, they don’t mind doing things that might be called “girlish,” or “feminine,” they’re WOMEN after all, and they have no desire to be men. In short, they’re comfortable in their skin.
Now, this is not to say that Peruvian women are subservient….hahaha! I’d love for you to meet my wife if you think Peruvian women are subservient. In all truthfulness, Peruvian women are the most intelligent, hardest working, most caring and loving women that I’ve ever met anywhere in my life. When you get one of them to commit to you, you know that person is going to work as hard as she can to ensure the relationship functions, and if you provide an equal effort, your success is guaranteed.
But, I’ve just noticed that I’m not providing any specifics. Here’s what happiness entails:
1. Spend a lot of time with her.
2. Give her a lot of hugs.
3. Go to her various family gatherings (family is important after all).
4. Take her dancing every now and then.
5. Buy her something on the way home, it doesn’t have to be much, just a candy bar or something, and she’ll be happy to know you thought of her.
6. Treat her like an equal (this is a tricky one, it means you have to say something if she’s late for a meeting for example…in other places a lot of guys let it slide when their wife/girlfriend arrives an hour late as if that kind of lack of punctuality is “cute,” but it’s pretty demeaning to allow something like that to become a pattern of behavior, everybody is capable of arriving on time).
7. Learn Spanish
The list goes on of course, but frankly, it’s not all that difficult. Just be a reasonable human being…I know, I know…that doesn’t work in SOME other countries I’m not going to mention, but it DOES work in Peru, so be happy!