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Therefore, while a lot of the bad press about typical Turkish men centers around jealousy and persistence, it is a two way street—with a misunderstanding of both sides’ social norms and cultures. If it wants God Normally sports and classic cloths. Really, its not easy to discribe myself, but i try.Now in America and in the UK, jealousy is a green monster that most people have a strong distaste for.Here in Turkey, if you are not jealous of whom your partner speaks to, looks at, or hangs out with, it is the equivalent of raising a small flag that states, “I don’t love him/her.” It also doesn’t matter how many times you try and explain the cultural difference—they won’t change their minds.Because of this jealousy you have to be careful of who you hang out with because…If you have tea with a guy after a class and someone sees you together—and they most certainly will—within the hour your classmates, your school, and all of your friends will have found out.Furthermore, I thought that having tea or coffee with a new male friend would mean nothing because how could tea or coffee be anything but harmless?Now, this type does not describe all Turkish men, because I have met some really great male friends while in Turkey.
The only way to deal with Turkish men’s persistence is to grin and bear it. Am studying and I like sciences, arts for hubbies and seeing movies, last in my family and abit alone. maybe in one day I hopefully open my private polyclinic. I'm working in reception at luxury resorts, but I have medical education.I didn’t date much in high school or at university, and I wasn’t given much attention by men. I am a self-proclaimed bookworm and nerd to the core, so nothing could keep me from the gorgeous university libraries or research lounges.My experience with speaking or talking with guys all came from my two best male friends and my two big brothers–obviously nothing romantic or flirtatious there.
Not all of these traits or experiences are only a result of Turkish-ness.