Dating a pakistani muslim man
assomeone above said, its a world of difference wen two ppl fro different cultures come together and its true... My situation is slightly different - I'm mixed race white and Bangladeshi, BUT I was born and bought up in Australia my whole life (to the point I greet everyone with G'Day ). My husband have really busy life with business and our life. It mean she is just waiting for him as she can't just go away.. My in laws follow Islam, not culture, even f they did follow culture, i wouldn't be part of it.and you'd think that an arranged marriage wud have still more problems, but wiv me, i can safely say that that hasnt been that big a problem... it think somtimes it is not the culture..understanding...i m danish national.up in pakistan my whole life..totaly in pakistani culture...i got married with my husband who is pakistani..i m here in UK with my pakistani husband....evry1 thought that as all my life i remained in pakistan..i m a foreign national with a pakistani background...there shouldn't be problems between us..its not true...v r like opposite poles..choices f evrything in life is totaly opposite..nature is totaly opposite...sometimes i got frustrated wen he doesn't understand my point f views...v ll see a same thing with a different opinion...i doesn't like wat he likes...& he thinks all my favourite things r stupid...although v belongs to a same culture...v dont have anything common except our 2 years old naughty daugher..v have 2 totaly opposite future planning 4 our daughter...so, i dont thing dt its the culture..the mental level & understanding..matters... Hubby has grown up in the UK, but even we have misunderstandings and communication problems. What I know is, that he wasn't talking to his family before so much. As Islam is very similar to western culture , it suits my mind a lot.I have changed some aspects of my personality but because I wanted to, not because my husband or family wanted me to. And I feel that both my husband and family respect me because of that. u know ive heard from a couple of ppl who speak from experience that husband n wife actually come to a common ground almost 5 years after their marriage,,, well i still have 2 years to go jokes aside though..right... I believe every marriage is like this, doesn't matter where a person is from.its cuz of the deep love i have for my husband that im surviving each day... and not a single day goes by that i cherish wat we have,,, anyways thanks n takecare hun... im from paksitan and well my husband's born and bred here tho his parents are pakstani as well... He was always saying that his Pakistani ex wife is living in her mums house and coming with their son (he never saw him as he go ther only to get married) but I found that she is living there! majority of Asian Middle eastern families love being together always, so most couples have no privacy, but it shouldn't be so difficult, just ask for privacy politely. wonder how u ppl feel xxx well im married to a pakistani man... Would be interesting to read your experiences xx well my experience is all abt living with inlaws... ) it is not any different from what my friends who are married to Western men complain about. Anyways I'm married to hubby Pakistani inside out, Sindhi! ) it is just soo relaxed out there, always sunny, you can live the life of a millionair eventhough we are just ur average joe (and jolene) beautiful country! never cooked/cleaned/washed not that im proud of it but who doesnt like comfort? I must say that although culturally we are different, I am fortunate on the family that I married into and also the husband I have. We both have learned what are our differences and made the most of the simmiliarities and although sometimes we disagree and we can get on each other's nerves (and have had very tough times! Hello people/Salam , I was born in Hong Kong brought up in London, background is Pakistani Kashmiri (afghan Greek migrated).
heres hoping some miracle happens..hit the jackpot n get our own mansion pakistan is beautiful....the northern areas...... ), your partner knows your true personality -after all that is why they fell in love with you in the first place! very encouraging and indeed ur one of the lucky ones... Maybe he is talking with her everyday when he is at work. Our minds and cultures are sooooo opposite, although we speak same language, we can have clashes too.
hes different around his parents n when we're alone...lifes just weird... And as long as your marriage was not arranged and you have had a chance to get to know each other (well as much as you get to know someone until you actually live together 24/7!! Whereas Kashmiri foods are mostly steam cooked similar to western food.
people belonging to different areas and upbringing makes alot of difference aswell... takecare hun..heya all i white/english and married to a pakistani, he born and bought up here, so he very englih, his parents are from pakistan tho and live here but still have alot of communication problems! Hi Girls, tnx for your replies and apologies i did not reply any sooner. xxx Hi everyone, First of all, sorry for what is about to be a very long post!!
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i do have faith that things wud be alot different n better had we been on our own..... One thing I say to you all is that if you become what they want you to be then you might be betraying your true self. Sindhi foods are spicy, deep fried veg and over cooked meat.
despite being in the same house and sitting right next to him, i miss my husband..... i dont feel married...i feel like im in a prison...... So what I can say to you girls is that at the end of the day, it is about how much you love each other and how much you want the other person in your life. Our foods are so different even though my family has always had Pakistani food.