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They will not be against having a partner that works, as nowadays, two salaries are better than one, but they also appreciate a woman who takes care of her home and children.
Likewise, Greek women, like many women, like to be taken care of and will expect their man to take charge and reach for the bill on dates.
As a Mediterranean people, Greeks love passion and are not afraid to say what they think and feel.
So, they won’t be afraid to express their feelings, often with big, dramatic words and gestures (after all, they invented drama), or even dedicate songs to you. For Greeks, family is sacred, so having a good relationship with them is of the utmost importance.
From family reunions to dining out with your partner’s best buddies, you will quickly understand what living the Greek life is. Getting to know the best spots that tourists don’t know and having your own guide? Of course, things need to be serious before your partner invites you to tag along, but once you have a stable relationship, you can be sure that you will get to spend summers in the family home or at least, spend some time in Greece. As long as you get there and are ready to have a good time, the time you arrive at has little importance.
Whether your partner is doing the cooking, or if his/her mom sees you off after a family dinner with a Tupperware filled with leftovers, rest assured that there will always be food on the table (or in the fridge) during those busy weekdays when you don’t have time to cook dinner.
So, when things are serious and you pass the family test (and more specifically, if the mother likes you), know that you will be treated as an integral member of the family.
Maybe it’s their southern temperament, or maybe it’s simply in their genes, but know that the stereotype that Greeks are passionate lovers is true.
As a result I ended up with a lot of Greek friends, so I can tell you first hand that Greeks are unlike Americans in some ways, for better and worse.
I know the Greek community in Los Angeles and they stick together through thick and thin.
If you become someone’s friend, everyone will look after you. My best friend’s ex boyfriend’s brother recently offered to put me up.
If you want a man who cooks you soup when you are sick (even if it came in a can), look no further.
Greeks, as a general rule, will care for their friends.