When reading this forum, I somehow feel a little sorry for all those here, who are focusing only on potential scammers and not understanding which women are serious and not.
I have been married with a beautiful young Ukraine woman for 14 years,, as good looking today as she was when we married in the summer of 2000
When marrying, she was 23 and I was 45.
A photo of her together with our boys in the Crimea 2011
We decided to divorce (as good friends) more than two years ago.
At that time, I made the decision to find a new wife in Ukraine, and to have her here as soon as the divorce proceedings were finished.
My requirements were high.
A young, non jealous, beautiful, slim, highly educated, kind, happy, good english, single mother with a single child aged 6-11 (my twin boys are 11)
She also had to have a happy life with a good job / good economy, and love sex (which most young Ukraine women do)
A woman that highly values working, and a close family life together with children.
And on top of all this would be compatible and friendly with my ex-wife.
When starting out, I was truly in doubt about this being possible at all, and wondered what corners I would have to cut.
But the incredible amount of available women in Ukraine, gave me not only one,, but several very good candidates, that fulfilled every one of my requirements, within a year of searching.
Since March 2013,, I have sent 3000+ intro mails, communicated with 300+, making close to 15 trips, 4+ months on ground, and driving 60K kilometers all over Ukraine, meeting with a total of nearly 40 women that fulfilled my search criteria.
And having shorter or longer relationships with 6 of these women (all between 32-35), before making my final decision about whom to marry when the divorce was final.
In fact, I could easily have married and been happy together with several of them.
(Most of them are still single, so many women and so few serious men)
I married on the 3rd of January this year with one of the nicest women I ever met in my life.
A 32 year old small business owner that fulfilled all of my requirements and more. (I am 59)
She loves my boys, have met with my ex in Ukraine this summer, and have talked on the phone with her several times.
Her daughter 11, like me and my boys, my boys like her and her daughter, all of us living together for 3 weeks this summer, partly in her small (45m2) apartment in Kiev.
My guess is that your ex-wife returned back to the "motherland" after the divorce? Perhaps she really did not want to leave in the first place? As I said, to emigrate and leave your "comfort zone" is a destiny changing decision. Very few will have the courage to make that kind of decision.
geez guys! why so harsh??? he has now done twice what most here havent done the first time.
15 trips in less than 2 years means he was very dedicated to his quest and he has achieved success again.
staying together for the sake of the children can make for a very toxic environment for them and is rarely
he has also been able to have good relations with ex and new wife and old wife apparently get along which is critical
because of the children involved.
he is also being reasonable in the age range as once over 30 the range can extend to their 29 years without significant risk of
long term issues as opposed to a 20 year old with a 49 year old which carries significantly more risk. ( my relationship falls into
the 20 vs 48 high risk category)
Sure I am happy for him but I thought it was rather odd on his decision process.
He is a good looking guy and it is a very short trip to Ukraine for him( ~3hr). And he seems to
be pretty detailed on what he searches for. The oddity?? Having your current wife help you look for your next wife!!!! Most people get divorced before starting to look for next wife. And the smart ones have some time in between, especially when you have young children. I do understand he 'jumped' into another marriage, but I do wish him and his kids many good years!!!
Rick, I question the 'success' part. AS you mentioned in another thread, what is success? What if you marry 10 different times or 15 times.....is that success 10 times...or 15 times???? If someone gets married, isn't that SUPPOSED to be for rest of your life???? And if it doesn't last that long...is it really a successful marriage?
R4G - I am not hating on him. I am just pointing out the inconsistency in his post "finding a good woman in Ukraine is relatively easy"
"Since March 2013,, I have sent 3000+ intro mails, communicated with 300+, making close to 15 trips, 4+ months on ground, and driving 60K kilometers all over Ukraine, meeting with a total of nearly 40 women that fulfilled my search criteria."
15 trips? 60K of driving all over Ukraine? That does not sound easy to me my friend.
But maybe for him it was easy. Maybe he enjoyed the trips and driving all over.
On another note success is just accomplishing what you're trying to do. If you're just trying to get laid and you accomplish that then you're successful. Even Py would meet this criteria.
Rick, I question the 'success' part. AS you mentioned in another thread, what is success?
good point beemer!
my marriage was 15 years to German girl I met in America as our OP wrote, my ex also had a new replacement for me as soon as the divorce process started.
I often call her American wife as she had been in US 6 years when we married and quickly came under western influence.
Its taken awhile but we are civil and were both together for one of our kids events yesterday evening. She used to be very jealous of my young
girlfriends but is actually approving of this newer one
"Since March 2013,, I have sent 3000+ intro mails, communicated with 300+, making close to 15 trips, 4+ months on ground, and driving 60K kilometers all over Ukraine, meeting with a total of nearly 40 women that fulfilled my search criteria.
And having shorter or longer relationships with 6 of these women (all between 32-35), before making my final decision about whom to marry when the divorce was final."
I buy that. This guy had a plan, worked very hard and make it happened. Personally , i wouldn't be able to do that because i'm a lazy bastard but i admire your commitment to the goal , wish you all the best!