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help understanding turkish man
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1.       lynda0090
56 posts
 25 Aug 2007 Sat 02:13 pm

i have met a turkish man and we get on really well but he seems to have taken over my life. he decides what we eat and do. He's now gone back to his home town for 10 days. he phoned last night saying one of his friends will be round today to take me for a walk ( what's he think i am a dog). He seems very posessive. Is all this normal with turkish men or is he over the top. He's even talking about getting engaged when he comes back.

Very confused...Lynda

2.       SuiGeneris
3922 posts
 25 Aug 2007 Sat 02:21 pm

Quoting lynda0090:

i have met a turkish man and we get on really well but he seems to have taken over my life. he decides what we eat and do. He's now gone back to his home town for 10 days. he phoned last night saying one of his friends will be round today to take me for a walk ( what's he think i am a dog). He seems very posessive. Is all this normal with turkish men or is he over the top. He's even talking about getting engaged when he comes back.

Very confused...Lynda



if you are irritated from this situation you have to tell what you feel to him exactly... for to prevent you too for further more problems i think...

and yeah some turkish men feel like owning when they have a relation... but this is your luck to meet one of them not the fault of being turkish hehehe

3.       lynda0090
56 posts
 25 Aug 2007 Sat 02:31 pm

i have no problems with the way he treats me....its just a bit alien to me. He makes me feel very special.

Thanks Lynda

4.       SuiGeneris
3922 posts
 25 Aug 2007 Sat 02:34 pm

Quoting lynda0090:

i have no problems with the way he treats me....its just a bit alien to me. He makes me feel very special.

Thanks Lynda



then this is great for you... you just mentioned that as if it is a problem... anyway if you are happy no problems

wish you good luck

5.       lynda0090
56 posts
 25 Aug 2007 Sat 02:47 pm

Its not a problem if this is normal....then i except it. but if its him being over the top then it could be a problem.

Lynda

6.       lynda0090
56 posts
 25 Aug 2007 Sat 02:49 pm

also i am flattered by all his attention

7.       AEnigma III
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 25 Aug 2007 Sat 02:49 pm

Quoting lynda0090:

i have met a turkish man and we get on really well but he seems to have taken over my life. he decides what we eat and do. He's now gone back to his home town for 10 days. he phoned last night saying one of his friends will be round today to take me for a walk ( what's he think i am a dog). He seems very posessive. Is all this normal with turkish men or is he over the top. He's even talking about getting engaged when he comes back.

Very confused...Lynda



If he is possessive now, and it feels too much, I can assure you it will only get worse when you get engaged and married.

You either deal with it now and tell him to "step back" a bit or face the consequences! Being too possessive just drives people away - if you hold a butterfly in your hand too tightly you kill it, if you let it fly free, it will stay around

8.       lynda0090
56 posts
 25 Aug 2007 Sat 02:52 pm

Thankyou very much for the wise words

Lynda

9.       christine
443 posts
 25 Aug 2007 Sat 02:57 pm

Quoting lynda0090:

i have no problems with the way he treats me....its just a bit alien to me. He makes me feel very special.

Thanks Lynda



I understand that he makes you feel special, but this kind of behaviour lead to controlling and then he will expect you to do everything he says.You need to sit down and talk about this matter before it gets out of hand.

10.       MrX67
2540 posts
 25 Aug 2007 Sat 03:51 pm

theres a saying in Turkish ,we say ''Ne şeytanı g繞r,ne selavat getir''and i believe that thats a big challenge and courage to get very closer with someone who comes from veryyyyyyyyyyyy different culture,sure love fix many things,but its not skilfull all always

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