Dating pakistani guy
She will not forgive you for the smallest of mistakes and enjoys watching you squirm in your chair, embarrassed. Her precise duties can vary from lovingly criticising you in front of your husband, taunting you with scathing remarks while your husband is not around and haunting you in the middle of the night, even in the privacy of your own bedroom!
Hi, I'm very afraid to post my question here due to the responses I might get, but at the same time, I know many of you can give insight that I can't see since I wasn't brought up in the same culture and religion. I'm 26 and have been dating a 34 year old Pakistani man for nearly 2 years.I'm aware men are allowed to become polygamous.He agreed and said much of what I said is true, but that I can't stereotype everybody and to please give him a chance since he doesn't fit into any of the stereotypes and assured me all along of how seriously he's taking me.You’re so hungry that you could eat a horse but you end up sitting there alone for hours just staring at other people as they enjoy their food in company of people they came with.Admittedly, this exact thing hasn’t happened to me.He's a very kind man and is so good to me that sometimes I think he's too good to be true.
I was very hesitant to start a relationship with him since I'm aware of some stereotypes.
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As a mother-in-law in Pakistan, she also holds the divine right of telling you exactly what she thinks of your relationship with your husband (her son first) and will offer all kinds of unsolicited advice, whether you want it or not. Of course, you must never let him feel like you are unhappy because then he will get hurt and being blinded by the pain of the ‘unfair pressure’ you put on him, will be left with no choice but to divorce you – possibly via a text saying, And tadaa, you’re divorced. To marry this highly eligible bachelor you must impress him. Apparently they never had any of those things before his highness met you. You, dear ladies, will be his property and he will not ‘allow’ you to hang out with male friends (only immodest girls do that).
It is just part and parcel of the legacy of being a Pakistani mother-in-law. No, not with your good looks, charm or personality, this pauper… But don’t take this lightly at all, there can, and have been, huge fights over dowry; sometimes, in a rage of greed they burn you or even kill you for not bringing that last toothpick left in your house! You will have to live with over a dozen other people in a small, cramped house. Not only do you live with his parents, you share space with his three other brothers and their families. Do not pester him into letting you go for a movie with your friends because this may result in him calling you all sorts of names, from dogs and cats to mothers and fathers – or, he will go crying to his mother, who will sympathise with all her heart and this little tête-à-tête will result in him texting you, 6.
The reason will probably be as simple as, ‘well that has been the tea brand in the house for years’!