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I have studied current events in Iraq to have an understanding of what it must be like to live there. I have actually considered, but dismissed the idea that perhaps he is a terrorist. I hate that I have to be cynical and suspicious, searching for alterior motives, but it really does seem too good to be true. My heart says yes but my head says no to developing a relationship with him. Reasoned disagreement is welcome but not comments that are scurrilous, off-topic, commercial, disparaging religions, or otherwise inappropriate.For complete regulations, see the "Guidelines for Reader Comments".
I get fashion and all that, but when I walk into a place and almost 90% of the women there are wearing leather boots, jeans and black tops, I’ll kind of brush you all off for the sake of someone who looks different.
As a matter of fact, here’s a little lesson on human nature: The more you keep pushing someone in a certain direction, the more they push back. Breathing room is a concept whereby I get a chance to miss you and want you.
The fact that we’re in a relationship doesn’t mean we’re attached at the hip. Being together doesn’t mean we always have to be together. That’s like being a lawyer who’s exploited every loophole in the book to acquit his client, but decided to throw the case at the last second and tell the judge his client’s guilty.
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On the topic of men and women and what each one wishes they could say to each other without throwing a tantrum and eventually breaking up: Here’s my two cents.
Well, honey, first of all you’re probably fishing in the wrong pond if these are the type of guys you manage to end up with, and, as far as perversion goes, the whole world is perverted in one way or another.
Just because we met doesn’t mean we have to get married. We get the social pressures on you to be a “good wife and mother”, but you need to chill. I met an Iraqi man, quite by accident in a chat room online less than two weeks ago. He is Sunni, but not an extremist, doesn't attend mosque, but believes in God.His mother was killed in an explosion several years ago.He has a married brother and remarried father in Iraq.His sister fled Iraq and he says she is urging him to get out.I'm aware of the adage: if it sounds too good to be true..., but I don't know what he could want from me.