I have had the misfortune to date a few gals from the US of A recently and have been severely disappointed and sometimes horrified at the lifestyle they lead.
This has nothing to do with the economic capability of these women.
Even if I don´t find the special someone with your service, I commend you on the service you are doing for others, and I am sure you have put together some very happy couples. We, as North Americans, have all but lost that which attracts me to South Americans.
The women in South America are very special and their Latin genes produce a most beautiful, sensual and exciting woman.
Their families are whole and strong and the entire population is passionate about everything.
These are a people, descendants of the Mayans, The Aztecs, The Incas, and royal Castilian Spanish who flourish and celebrate and take time to live and love.
After returning to the continent, I have also seen up close the liberated North American woman who now suffers major increases in alcoholism, drug abuse, and heart disease coupled with a general back slide regarding dress and feminine grooming, not to mention her errant and disrespectful children.
“I think not having the estate tax recognizes the people that are investing, as opposed to those that are just spending every darn penny they have, whether it’s on booze or women or movies,” he said in defense of the Senate tax bill that nearly doubles to million the threshold for exemption from the estate tax and introduces massive cuts to corporate taxes.
I suppose that when an entire female generation is being cast aside in lieu of something better the female will display anger and frustration.
It must send a message that your service and services like yours are prolific because they fill a need.
The "Latina" has held to virtues that might be listed as "the joy of being a woman," feminine grooming, happiness that men are men, the desire to nurture a tight knit family, and a husband to provide a comfortable home while she tends to the comforts and needs of the immediate and distant family, and I am forced to add that they do so without keeping score regarding household chores.
After traveling the world with my wife for eight years and for another eight years after her death from breast cancer, I have experienced up close the dilemma that the South American woman faces, that which is termed Machismo.