TV Show “90 Day Fiance” now casting season 3

90 Day Fiance Season II

I just received this email from one of the casting directors at 90 Day Fiance:

Hi Scott,

We were in touch last year when I was casting for the second season of 90 Day Fiance. We just started casting for the third season and I wanted to see if you could posted something again on your website. It was very helpful last time!

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This season, we are looking for Americans that have a fiance(e) coming to the US for the first time under a K1 Visa. The format of the show is to follow couples from the day they are reunited at the airport until the end of the 90 Day period, though it is not 90 days of filming. We are also looking for couples who’ve yet to meet in person and would love to capture their first face-to-face meeting on camera.

Please let me know if you any questions!

Thank you so much for your help!
Best,

Juliette Marais
Casting Director
Sharp Entertainment
646.396.0301
juliette@sharpentertainment.com

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WWS Forums

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When I check my WWS email, I get a lot of questions from readers like:

“Where is the best place to buy an airline ticket to Kiev?

“Can you recommend a hotel in Moscow?”

“I met a woman over the internet, how do I know if it is real?”

Some of those questions are answered in the articles here in my blog. But I’m only one guy. I do get some help from Seth and Mike but there are a LOT of readers here who have “been there, done that,” in that they have met, dated and even married Eastern European Women. The “collective” advice of the veteran readers of this blog would be exceptionally helpful to some of the men who are new to the idea of dating outside the feminist influences of the West.

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With that in mind, I came up with the idea (probably about two years ago) of creating the Western Women Suck Forums. But, between work and dating (and later marrying) Alana, I just haven’t had time. Well, I’m on Christmas vacation from work and I finally have some time to get some forgotten projects off the floor.

And now, I happily announce that the Western Women Suck Forums are now open for business. If you’re a veteran of the Eastern European dating scene, I urge you to share your experiences over there. If you’re new, drop by and ask a question. I’ll do my best to answer questions as I see them and I’ll encourage everyone else (who has a good answer) to do the same.

I look forward to seeing you over there!

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5 ways Women wreck marriages

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Of the 95% of the crap I see on Facebook, occasionally an Aunt or other relative will post something valuable. I saw this article and expected it to be another feminist male-bashing rape culture story. But whoa, it wasn’t. In fact, this author has 5 tips for married women that could be called, uh, well, common sense. Interestingly, Alana’s Mother raised her to think this way – “Keep your husband happy.” Modern women have lost this idea in the ever increasing desire to be the center of attention. Feminism really is a selfish proposition whereas the values that our Grandmothers were raised with are selfless and family oriented. This article touches this topic and, if you are a woman and while reading this you’re shocked, then you know you’re a feminist.

5 ways you are unknowingly destroying your husband and killing your marriage

You might be surprised to figure out you are doing these five destructive things that will ultimately ruin your relationship with your spouse.

article by Katelyn Carmen

When I got married, I was amazed at the instant, overwhelming sense of responsibility I felt to love and care for my husband. Suddenly, a huge part of someone else’s well-being and happiness was largely affected by my choices and actions.

Women, we need to be careful about how we are caring for our husbands and marriages. Don’t let the small stuff ruin the things that will bring you the greatest happiness in life.

Here are just a few ways you might be unknowingly destroying your husband and killing your marriage (as a caveat, please understand that although this article is directed toward women, it applies to men as well):

1. Living outside of what you can afford

A wise old woman from my church congregation once advised: “The best thing you can do as a wife is to live within your husband’s means.”

Wives, show sincere appreciation and respect to your husband by carefully following a budget and making the most of what you have. Be wise about your finances.

Constantly complaining about not having enough to fulfill your lavish desires or racking up astronomical amounts of debt on your credit card is a poor way of saying “thank you” to a faithful spouse who works hard every day to provide for the family.

Yes, you may not have enough to buy that Kate Spade bag you’ve had your eyes on for months, but your husband will love and appreciate the fact that you honor him and are grateful for what he provides.

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2. Constant negativity

You hate your hair, the messes around the house, the neighbor across the street, your dumb co-worker, the old dishwasher, and everything in between. As soon as your husband walks through the door, you launch into action and dump every negative and angry thought that’s crossed your mind throughout the day.

Can you imagine having to carry that burden? Negativity is draining. Men like to fix things, and constantly being hounded with complaints makes it difficult for him to help solve your pains.

If there is one thing I’ve learned from marriage is that a good man wants you to be happy, and if he can’t help you do that, it makes him unhappy. It’s okay to have a bad day once in a while, that’s totally understandable, but don’t make it a way of life.

3. Putting everything else first

When your children, mom, best friends, talents, or career in front of your husband, you send a clear message to him that he is unimportant. Imagine having that message sent to you every day for many years. What would that do to your self esteem?

Put your husband first.

Although it sometimes seems counter-intuitive and counterproductive, I think you’d be amazed to find that it’s often the key to the greatest happiness in marriage. So many couples get divorced these days, because they neglect to care and love one another and put each other first.

If you choose to put each other first, you will find a lot of joy.

4. Withholding physical affection

Men crave and need physical affection with their wives. When you constantly decline intimacy, it wears on them.

Sex should not be used as a tool to control your spouse; it should be viewed as a sacred tool to draw you closer to one another and to God.

It is a great blessing to be wanted and needed by a loving, romantic husband who wants to share something so beautiful and important with you — and you only. Even though you might not always be in the mood, it’s worth it to give in (when you can) and spend that time bonding.

5. Not speaking his language

Women love to drop hints. (I think it’s part of our DNA.) But men just don’t get them. (I think that is a part of their DNA.)

Don’t waste your time giving subtle hints that he won’t understand: Speak plainly to him. Be honest about your feelings, and don’t bottle things up until you burst. If he asks you what’s wrong, don’t respond with “nothing” and then expect him to read your mind and emotions. Be open about how you really feel.

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