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And sad, as well, that people feel such a compulsion to be in relationships here.Since when did it become such a bad thing to be single?I have heard that if one goes out without their boyfriend or girlfriend in Brazil, it sends the message to other people that they are single.

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I had to remind my boyfriend to give me some space when we went out together – telling him that I would want to mingle with friends and other people, independent of him – I would remind him to “be more American” whenever we went out.In the US, this type of thing is pretty much understood, unless you want to gain the “clingy” label.In the US, the Facebook relationship status is not taken so seriously.But in Brazil, it seems that is in a Facebook relationship if they are in a relationship with someone – my ex-boyfriend said that his friends thought I had something to hide simply because I didn’t want to announce my relationship status on Facebook (in the end, I succumbed).:3Man with blond hair, with medium long hair, with blue eyes, small, white, single, with none children, for long term, catholic religion, who occasionally drinks Ana dias, São Paulo Sou um cara bastante caseiro e calmo...

De bem com a vida curto ver as pessoas felizes e sorridentes(adoro bom humor) .Anytime that I wanted to go out without him, my boyfriend at the time thought it was very odd – “Why don’t you want me to go out with you?” “But you know that guys are going to hit on you, right? In the US, it is considered normal and healthy to spend time apart from one’s significant other.Keep in mind that some of this may be a bit generalized (obviously not is this way); the opinions shared are simply based on my own experience and observations. And for independent North Americans, can even be considered clingy.This is one instance where the independent American culture clashes with the dependent Brazilian culture.2) Brazilians tend to be very into the Facebook relationship I have never been a fan of being “in a relationship” on Facebook.