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Meet his friends, talk about work, and exchange stories and anecdotes about childhood and parents.Before you invest time and emotions in a relationship invest time and effort in a pure sincere friendship with that person – a friendship that has the potential to grow into a steady relationship or would remain a great reliable friendship.In any relationship there will always be issues to work out and creases to smoothen but do not waste your time on a man whose actions and words are not aligned with your needs.No one changes; a flirt is always a flirt, a control-freak is always a control-freak, and a conservative will always be a conservative.Another one was so controlling that he wanted me to do anything he wants without even discussing it first.He also considered me as his own property, and not in a cute way. Also, I'm scared of these stories about kidnapping and domineering Arab men and what not. so the distance is far but it's not international travel! by the way, he was a professional civil engineer over in Cairo and he's having trouble finding work here. I don't think my 10 mnths living here thus far is a real fair time to say I can't do it so I'm giving it more time.
Met his family, they are a big part of the stucture of life here. Make sure you ask about the future and all he expects or desires from you as a partner.My third boyfriend was too conservative that he wanted me to change everything about me, from the way I dress to the people I talk to. Or should I find out a way to deal with them and maybe try to change them? I have good news and bad news for you; the good news is that you are still young and you have a lot of opportunities to meet your match.I was never attracted to foreigners but at the same time I keep finding it hard to be with Egyptians. The bad news is that many of the guys you will meet are victims of typical Egyptian households one way or the other. Think hard and visit first doing normal everyday things.just sunning and traveling and thinking, I love Egypt it's so lovely. Also, I'm scared of these stories about kidnapping and domineering Arab men and what not. I miss the comforts, so many choices at my fingertips and sights of home and even though I do not condone every darn US lifestyle I miss it!
Anyway, good luck with your search for information. We having housing awaiting anytime we desire to move to Egypt.