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I have a good active group of friends, so every night, if I want, I could go out, e.g., for shisha [aka hookah or water pipe], or for music and dancing.

One of my friends is a DJ, we go to one of the lounges at The Pearl to dance and talk.

I am from a small town near a larger city, but it's still a very rural area.

It's easy to be involved with someone who has short-term intentions.

It's easy to get wrapped up in fears and expectations between starting to date, hoping for the marriage and children ...

It's easy to isolate oneself, and I've seen people do it, but I think it's a depressing place to be alone and isolated — more so than back home.

And there are the standard pastimes of movies, shopping, dinner.

(Well, I've been to Canada.) I currently work as an art teacher for high school students. The Qatari government keeps things under a fine check that no one is willing to cross, so I feel safe from being robbed.

I feel safe leaving my purse in a restaurant, but at the same time, I think, "What am I thinking? I've never felt unsafe here, I am in an apartment provided by the school, in a building housing its single employees. In fact, I have as big a space as my friends who have bought a place back home.

Being older, I am more likely to find men in my age range who are married back home; a younger woman might not have this problem, or may have an easier time ascertaining what a man is really about.

I also have an issue with the sense of hypocrisy in some cases.

A question that frequently comes up among our female candidates is "What is it like for a single woman in Qatar?

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