Dating an egyptian man

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Lately, and because of the increasing number of divorces, custody issues, and domestic violence cases, some countries warn their women from Egyptian men.

Yes, they tell them clearly not to get emotionally involved or legally committed to an Egyptian man! I got it first hand from a European woman who is living in Egypt, was married to an Egyptian man, has a son, and is currently divorced.

I tried to be as empathetic as possible but I was growing angrier by the minute.

I was more than curious to know what could go wrong with such a compatible intercultural union. His family did not attend but this was natural in my country; we were two responsible adults and we were in charge of our life-altering decisions.

After marriage, he began changing; suddenly he had hurtful comments about my wardrobe, more hurtful comments about my public demeanor, and … He told me that he loved me but suddenly his love began suffocating me. I asked Sandy about the frequency and the intensity of the jealousy fits and the violence attacks and she told me that it became on daily basis; “the tender loving caring man that I fell in love with disappeared.

Sandy told me that her countrymen could still bully their women and that they were far from perfect, but at least they were honest, straightforward, and took marriage seriously.

Like many Egyptian girls, she felt that he cheated his way into her heart and that he tricked her into loving him.

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