Dating an american indian
As he courted the female, he brought her gifts though at times these gifts were meant for the whole family or just the father.The father could accept the gifts and agree to the marriage and courtship, without the daughter's knowledge.Other tribes used a system where the interested man left deer meat or another type of meat at the woman's house.If she was interested, she used the meat to cook for him and if not, she left the food sitting outside.This being said, when most American [women] hear the words “I love you,” they take this very seriously.Due to mistake number one, she believes the man will do anything and everything in his power to create a long term commitment which will sooner than later evolve into marriage.To many Westerners, the statement “I love you” often stands for a long-term commitment.That is one reason why many American programs broach the hard choices people make and situations that arise when one partner says “I love you” and the other isn’t ready to say it yet.
If the woman didn't come out the man left and was forced to find another woman.
The Cherokee used a ritual known as the Crane Dance during courtship.
The unmarried women of the tribe wore clothes decorated with feathers and danced for the men.
You as the girl are acting as the super-traditional Indian girl who gives up everything; including her family, place of home, independence and identity to marry and move to India.
Ironically, as the incidence of Western women taking part in this behavior increases, Indian man’s desire to marry the Westerner may increase as more and more modern Indian women are not interested in being so confined and traditional.