I have to admit that I, personally, love these types of manners.
I see no conflict with having a man show me the respect I deserve as a woman, and still treat me like an equal.
Working hard in the gym, at school, or at the office allows you to produce something of value.
But even positive outputs are still outputs and they drain your energy accordingly. Even a little leak can result in significant water loss over time.
In Poland, men are trained to think of women as the weaker sex.
They have fancy manners (which I love) when it comes to opening doors, standing when a woman comes into the room, offering her a seat on the bus and all that good stuff.
Keeping Your Bucket Full If you want to keep your bucket full, you have two options.
Having only lived in two other countries other than the US, this post will be limited in the scope of its observations. Warsaw has a huge expat population and with an increasing number of international companies setting up shop in Poland, it will continue to grow.
The EU’s influence is slowly expanding in Poland, and with the current open borders, Poland sees many travelers they have not before.
Construction is occurring in every corner of Warsaw, Krakow, and other major cities.
Efforts are being made to use EU assistance to improve Poland in a multitude of ways, such as in their treatment of women in the workplace, workplace rights, infrastructure, rights and assistance for the disabled, education, and medical care.
Polish men are raised to be the strong silent type to the nth degree.
They consider themselves to be providers, heads of the family, leaders in their relationships. I met plenty that I respected, that I thought were not just good human beings but also good men.