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8 months is not long enough to know a man!!!|
please don't have a premarital sex with him unless you two have a difinite plan for a family in the future.
take him to your friends, and relatives and even to your parents, and listen to their opinions, too!!!
lovers are passionate at the beginning, men, especially, but love is to be sustained with responsibilty and capability.
sex doesn't mean marriage proposal to an indian or a foreigner from another culture. he may propose to you, but you should make sure if you want to accept his proposal or not??? a businessman travels around the world...so does his love....
the following is a post of another poster i would like to forward to you for your consideration:
I wouldn't visit India...if I didn't have any business there...
Personally, I have nothing against India. In fact, I have many indian friends BORN AND BRED in Singapore. I will be careful with indians BORN AND BRED in India though.
First of all, India is a big country and unlike China, is poorly managed.
Second, India has a very large population but unlike China, has no clear national strategies and ignores the poor while glorifying the rich.
Third, India has a corrupted regime (something which is common knowledge).
Fourth, Indian states are disunited and there are as many political parties as there as holes in a honeycomb. This constant power struggle drains the energy required for national development.
Fifth, India may be good for tourism (if you're into Indian culture and Buddhist relics), but for a Chinese to stay in India long-term, either you need to have a very strong stomach (indian cuisine may not be suitable for everyone) or you need to have very deep pockets (to pay/bribe whoever to get things done).
And mind you, it does take a long time to get things done... especially official matters (something of a bureaucratic vestige left behind by the British)...
I have visited Bangalore, Chennai, Bombay, Delhi, Calcutta etc... even Sri Lanka and Colombo... and unless you have a Pakistani's resolve and the Tamil Tiger's fiery temperament, it will be hard to tame the Indian pussycat.