How To Communicate With Russian Women
There are three primary ways to contact Russian women: By mail. By telephone. And in person. Each has its good points and bad points.
My personal recommendation is that it is always best to begin by writing first. There are a number of reasons for this. First, in a letter you can think about what to say and how to say it. It allows you to spend some time in planning your approach.
Secondly, with writing you can test their resolve. It takes effort to correspond back and forth and those that are not committed will fall by the wayside.
Third, you will find out what they are like rather quickly. Some are greedy and will ask you for money right up front. Others are angry, bitter, or have nothing much of interest to say. I was really surprised at how much they revealed themselves in their letters.
When I finally met many of the women I corresponded with, it surprised me how consistent they were in real life with the person I had met in the letter.
Russian Women's Names
After perusing the websites for a while, you will begin to see that there are about ten or so names that are most common for Russian women. These names probably comprise ninety per cent of Russian women’s names:
Russians also use nicknames a lot. For example, Natasha is a diminutive of Natalia. Masha is a diminutive of Marina. For a complete list of Russian names, their pronunciation, and their common nicknames see:
My wife’s name is Aksana and her nickname is Ksyusha. Personally I like Aksana better, but it is best to find out what name your lady friend prefers.
About the Author: John has been married to a Russian women for over five years. He has travelled the path from finding her, to traveling to Russia, to bring his wife to America, and adjusting to married life. He will show you step by step how to do this yourself.