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A lot of Indian men and Indian women are in a similar predicament of being single, in which they don't have a good match for them, and the majority of them want someone they can spend the rest of their life with. For those who are in this situation, here are some indian matrimonial sites in canada helpful tips to get to know the other person better.

1. Be friendly. This should go without saying. If the person you are talking to doesn't like you, don't take it personally. If you are going out of town, try asking to be dropped off at a random place in the city. If they agree , try getting coffee with them. 2. Be open. You never know when you might find someone else who isn't going to accept you. And even if they do, try to do everything right the first time around. 3. Don't get into a situation where you don't have a reason to speak up. There's no shame in having a reason, but don't force yourself to go along with it. 4. Don't be overly sensitive. You might say something and he will respond in some way, but make sure you're respectful and don't start bickering. 5. Don't try to convince him to be your boyfriend. The best way to get him to agree to a date with you is to start by asking him if you could go out for a couple of hours. 6. Don't make him sleep with you. 7. Don't make him be your partner in crime.

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