During that small talk we had I said where I'm from and where I'm working at.we had a pleasant conversations, he offered me help if I ever need anything and wrote down his email. Couple days later he popped out in front of my office asking if I need anything. A week after that, he called to my office asking me if I would accept if he send me a lunch. After a while he started email me, soon we were texting all the time. He told me he has been living in USA for 14 years and I asked him if he's married.4) You want a good girl from a “good family” yet you expect her to join you on those weekend getaways even if she has to lie to her parents about her whereabouts.If her parents don’t fall for it, you’ll go solo anyways. 5) Her BFF just had a rough break up and she’s hitting the town, hard.
But give the guy a break and ditch the foolish fireworks and greasy one-man show, trust me, they will not make or break your marriage. So don’t think she’s gonna just give him up that easy. There is nothing more unattractive for a man than a desperate/pushy woman. 7) Let’s just say his family don’t think too highly of you. Don’t expect your man to simply warm up to the idea of marriage just because you pitched it.Men have caught on, and they pretty much know it’s only going to get worse once he’s under your tutelage, so either loosen up your grip or enjoy the title of possessive girlfriend. 3) Your dream wedding may land him in small claims court, that or a jail cell.So tell me why would such a combination, SUCH A COMBINATION be attractive to any women with my description? He took me to the airport and kissed me goodbye reminding me one more time about promise he made.As the time of my returning to Europe was closer and closer I started to feel I have to end that 'no future thing' and I wanted to, but he was the one who came out with an idea he'll come to Europe to visit me. I thought that promise won't ring somewhere back, back, deep in my head and soon I'll be myself again, awoken and on my own life path. As time was passing by, that promise and those words started to grow and grow drumming louder and louder and after a while, I found myself in desperate waiting and wishing him to come SO BADLY, thinking about future we might have and building a fairy tale scenario in my poisoned mind.I met my prince charming on a very first night I came to USA where I stayed for three months which I spend working on one environment project.I wasn't EVEN THINKING about having anything with him since he was a Muslim from Jordan, appeared much older than me and I was just buying a slice of pizza in a pizzeria he was working at.Chances are you won’t be able to take half as good care of him as she can and the problem is HE knows it too. I am very much pro-cohabitation, however let’s say things as they are, most men don’t see the need to marry you when they are already getting all the benefits of living with you minus the legal commitment, the rock and many headaches to come. You could be the sweetest and prettiest girl on the block and still not make the cut for their perfect little prince with a face only a mother can love.So unless you know how to make him Mloukhiyeh while him and his buddy play on the Xbox , he’s not going home with you. It’s very hard for an Arab man to tie the knot without parental approval, when you marry Arab, you sort of marry the family too.This is not an “honour” issue; your own insecurities are getting the best of you. It’s always easier and less petrifying for them to take the plunge together, this way they won’t feel like they’re missing out on late night parties at ONE because they were up early with you deciding between petunias or orchids. Why leave a carefree home only to share one with a woman who needs to sign a leave request for his every move?