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1.       buhle1984
8 posts
 19 Mar 2012 Mon 05:18 pm

I have this love for Turkey that has gripped me so tightly. I fell for the man first who made me fall inlove with his country. I love the food, the culture, the language ( slowly trying to learn). I have desires to live in Turkey. The scenery of the country is gorgeous, fantastically gorgeous.

I can´t explain why I feel the way I do. I just do. All of a sudden, I´m aware of all things Turkish. From a person´s name, to travel channels. I greet in turkish even! It´s like Turkey is a man that I am infactuated with.

I can´t wait for my schedule to clear so I can finally visit the man (literally)and land of my dreams. I´m positively intoxicated.

Does anyone else feel the same? Or do I need to see a therapist !

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2.       Faily
22 posts
 19 Mar 2012 Mon 07:33 pm

 

Quoting buhle1984

I have this love for Turkey that has gripped me so tightly. I fell for the man first who made me fall inlove with his country. I love the food, the culture, the language ( slowly trying to learn). I have desires to live in Turkey. The scenery of the country is gorgeous, fantastically gorgeous.

I can´t explain why I feel the way I do. I just do. All of a sudden, I´m aware of all things Turkish. From a person´s name, to travel channels. I greet in turkish even! It´s like Turkey is a man that I am infactuated with.

I can´t wait for my schedule to clear so I can finally visit the man (literally)and land of my dreams. I´m positively intoxicated.

Does anyone else feel the same? Or do I need to see a therapist !

 

Ahh...I love you! This is me, this is me! On an older I made with a user login I forgot, I wrote about my addiction! :

 

I cannot stop learning Turkish? Any suggestions?

 http://www.turkishclass.com/forumTitle_52727

 

 

I recently wrote posts about this lovely ´issue´ too, just look at my profile

and then look at my forum posts. What a pleasure I found someone like me!

{#emotions_dlg.alcoholics}

3.       Faily
22 posts
 19 Mar 2012 Mon 07:38 pm

So you are like me....let me further drown your heart out with love and pain,

then ohhh evet follow my link for a beautiful Turkish song by Murat Boz:

 

 Geri Dönüş Olsa (Murat Boz)

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7YlIEQuDnc&feature=relmfu

 

 

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4.       Faily
22 posts
 19 Mar 2012 Mon 07:39 pm

Here are some copied posts of mine:

 

 

Quoting MrX67
you can see the prints of it on songs,poems,and tunes easly,so traditional Turkish culture has very special way and difference from popular culture.and its really nice to smell a bit melancholy on everything for make stronger to feelings



(ME) "It´s quite the addiction for me, it´s confusing though I understand the soul of

it and it´s just beautiful. The most beautiful in the world to me the Turkish

language, people, land, culture....what a jewel."

5.       Faily
22 posts
 19 Mar 2012 Mon 07:41 pm

Another copied post of mine:

 

"............When I was younger, the Turkish men would

wow me. As I got older, they seem still impressive with their big souls and

their big hearts, such sentimetal men, but it´s the language in which they use,

the land, the vegetation, their life...which makes them so addictive. They are

like a mild-jungle people, with were they live (how incredibly green and full of

live it seems there), and their language not to mention their cultural attitudes,

it´s a no wonder I´m so addicted to these people, my heart dies and lives with

each Turkish word. It fills with the pain a hard-life of a Turk can bring you and

a joy of their beauty. Someday, I will lose myself in Turkey. My soul likes it

above all of this world. It´s so obvious that magic, but it´s not very talked

about! ..................."

 

I understand you girl!

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6.       Faily
22 posts
 19 Mar 2012 Mon 07:51 pm

buhle1984, let me tell you that mental health is so cliché, do you really believe

in that bull? No, you do not need a therapist though you do need to fulfill your

calling and let no man, no person, nothing get in your way! It will set you back

greatly and ...perhaps...a greater appreciation will grow of Turkey if you do this.

This is from my experience. Let me guess, you have tried to fight it?

 

People so say, "Oh it is impossible that a non-turk can understand us " -

--Though we have souls which understand certain things for the souls different

fulfillments to be achieved. The worst worst worst thing to do is fight it!

Believe me, I have been for....four years...only. There is a destiny for you if

you are truly full of the wisdom of this magik. 

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7.       Faily
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 19 Mar 2012 Mon 07:54 pm

This topic is very close to my heart, I´ve never been the same ever

since that one Turk...I believe in love, but it´s of course the only love their

is and it is a heartbreaking love. There is no such thing as a good love,

that´s why you fall in love, there is only painful love if it is true love.

Let me tell you, because I care if you are like me, that ...if you are looking

for your true love, don´t do it. Evet evet, I am the person to tell you not to,

because you will never be the same afterward. That´s if you are like me.

 

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8.       Faily
22 posts
 19 Mar 2012 Mon 08:13 pm

 

I give you all my prayers that you will accept that you have the

"Atatürk Syndrome"---because it´s well known that an overdose of Turkey

has killed him.

 

 History books say that Mustafa Kemal Ataturk died from the effects of overindulgence in rakı. That is only partly true.

In fact he died from an overdose of Turkey. His involvement with Turkey,

like his involvement with rakı, was so passionate and so intense that it ultimately consumed him. The same almost happened to me. I had admired Turkey from afar, but it was only after long

nights drinking rakı with friends that I came to understand the true audacity

of the Turkish idea. Its grandeur and beauty filled me with awe.

My excitement rose with each glass as I realized how much Turkey has

to share with the world,

to give to the world,

to teach the world.

 

 http://www.turkishclass.com/forumTitle_52771

 

9.       Faily
22 posts
 19 Mar 2012 Mon 08:36 pm

 

Quoting buhle1984

I have this love for Turkey that has gripped me so tightly. I fell for the man first who made me fall inlove with his country. I love the food, the culture, the language ( slowly trying to learn). I have desires to live in Turkey. The scenery of the country is gorgeous, fantastically gorgeous.

I can´t explain why I feel the way I do. I just do. All of a sudden, I´m aware of all things Turkish. From a person´s name, to travel channels. I greet in turkish even! It´s like Turkey is a man that I am infactuated with.

I can´t wait for my schedule to clear so I can finally visit the man (literally)and land of my dreams. I´m positively intoxicated.

Does anyone else feel the same? Or do I need to see a therapist !

 

 The woman is known for being the more emotional creature,and the male

the more logical one, in the majority of most studies/ yes I´m generalising.

Though you are correct in aiming for your gut feelings with this:

"Emotional conection moves us. Statistics do not. Unlike ´facts´, we process values at the gut level, not by using reason." --Markos Zuniga

 

 

 

 

10.       Faily
22 posts
 19 Mar 2012 Mon 08:38 pm

 

Quoting Faily

 

Quoting buhle1984

I have this love for Turkey that has gripped me so tightly. I fell for the man first who made me fall inlove with his country. I love the food, the culture, the language ( slowly trying to learn). I have desires to live in Turkey. The scenery of the country is gorgeous, fantastically gorgeous.

I can´t explain why I feel the way I do. I just do. All of a sudden, I´m aware of all things Turkish. From a person´s name, to travel channels. I greet in turkish even! It´s like Turkey is a man that I am infactuated with.

I can´t wait for my schedule to clear so I can finally visit the man (literally)and land of my dreams. I´m positively intoxicated.

Does anyone else feel the same? Or do I need to see a therapist !

 

 The woman is known for being the more emotional creature,and the male

the more logical one, in the majority of most studies/ yes I´m generalising.

Though you are correct in aiming for your gut feelings with this:

"Emotional conection moves us. Statistics do not. Unlike ´facts´, we process values at the gut level, not by using reason." --Markos Zuniga

 

 

 

 

 

 This matter is close to my heart, and all I´m trying to say is this is your life,

your calling, your values on if it´s a journey you plan to take is up to you.

Looking forward to your post!

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