2)There are also different rules of conduct for couples.
Married people or people in committed relationships do not go out on “Boys Night Out” or “Girls Night Out” where they can flirt with other people.
I travel a lot and have my daughter in Montreal for 2 years. 6) Women are raised to be feminine, to do girly things (they may have piano and ballet lessons, not play baseball or rough sports, for example).Many are still raised to get married and have children as their first focus and have a career as a secondary pursuit-a necessary evil.They decide to get married and communicate it to their families, period.4) Do not even think of having a dalliance with hookers and strippers just because it is your bachelor’s party.Brazil had slavery just like the American South, and one of the consequences of slavery is that it can take several generations for their descendants to reach the same level of success in life that their former owners have.Therefore, Brazilians from African descent became part of the struggling poor in Brazil-they have had a harder time getting education and good jobs."Here are some general pointers (which I repeat may not apply to all Brazilian and Latin women): 1)There is a strong sense of family in Brazil. People tend to live close to Mom and Dad, aunts and uncles. Divorce rates unfortunately are growing, so this may change. Children live with their parents until they get married.It is also a matriarchal society (although men had the power for generations, when it comes to raising kids, mothers are considered more important than fathers). That of course makes kids closer to their parents, and affects how they see their future family as well.They see darker Brazilians as belonging to the lower social classes.That is typical of countries that were afflicted by the horrible thing that slavery was.