In those 6 years all he did as soon as he got his passport was travel to and fro from here to Kurdistan.His trips were expensive and a big mystery, i was told by others that he was planning on getting married there, he would swear it wasnt true, but still wouldn't commit to me.Prince Charming, but in agreeing to the marriage, you are saying "I do" to the King and Queen of your Prince.I am sorry, on this one I can't help you out more than this.So it is only natural for them to observe you very closely and criticize some of your decisions/ actions at the start. No, to be honest i think they enjoy young, free, beautiful girls.Once he has married one of his own women from Kurdistan he will not want to know you, i suppose at least he is being honest with you to some degree.However, it is inhumane to not even attend his own child's funeral and that is appalling.
They will think you wanted to come back later and wash it, but you just happen to have forgotten. After all, she is the one who gave birth to your groom.~ Tip Number 3 from @fafabeans - "Love is love. While you and your Prince Charming have probably agreed on the little details: Like, he has probably mentioned to you 1) he wants to name his future kids Kurdish names and 2) he is going to circumcise his son, there is always the bigger issue when it comes to religion.
I did everything in my power to show him that i loved him and he could see how he was hurting me and messing my mind up, but he obviously didn't care.
In the end i left him and it took me 6 years to finally do it.
Because when it comes to Kurdish traditional clothes you can wear them any time, any day to any event and they are always appropriate.
On that point everyone will complement you, that way you can smile and say "zor supas" in your sweet newly-learned Kurdish accent. I can already imagine how stunning you will look.) Random tip (Number five) - "Do not live with your in-laws" A few of the western women I know, who are happily married to a Mr.Sometimes it is not a matter of choice, if your one of your in-laws are outspoken they might kindly ask you to help wash the dishes.So save yourself the embarrassment and take initiative as soon as the tea comes to go to the kitchen and wash the dishes (while you're at it, wash the huge pots too. Most recently, I got an email from someone who has already said yes.