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Put yourself out there but also enjoy being alone in a foreign land.
You’ll learn so much about yourself and sooner or later you’ll end up with a mortgage, spouse and kid.” – Beth“The sky’s the limit here in terms of experiences and diversity of people.
You’re always going to feel a little “special” here with your exotic accent.
Date outside your comfort zone, say yes when you’re not sure (unless he/she seems creepy) as you never know where it’s going to lead.” – Beth“Be open to a relationship, even if your plan was to be in the USA only for a few years (like me). Whilst it’s hard to think about being away from home indefinitely, it’s great that flights are cheaper than they used to be and that you could end up having two homes. ” – Natalie“I think the challenge, which is more acute now with app-based dating, is the multi-dating partner nature of Americans. There is also the conversation of “are we exclusive? Not sure that it happens at home, but if I am spending most of my time with you, I’m not seeing anyone else (who has the time or energy!
And while we're as full of weirdos, emotionally bizarre lunatics, and sleazes as any other country, we have an abject advantage in the dating pool: everybody automatically thinks dating an Australian is cool.
We are lucky enough to be able to go home every year for a visit and my folks come here every year, but just think about taking a 4 and 2 year old on a plane for 20 hours!” – Meghan*“The biggest downside to marrying an American is that one of you will always be away from your homeland.This gets harder when you have kids and as your own parents get older but it’s worth it to be with the person you love.” – Beth When you first came to New York, you probably had some idea of how long you planned to stay and what your next move would be.There’s no shortage of people, places and events to inspire you.So take a deep breath, step outside and immerse yourself.