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We're going on our Istanbul trip in may, for 2 whole weeks. I can't wait. I'v been longing for this trip for many many years. I've been researching Istanbul extensively for 6 months and been writing down Istanbul tips, info and warnings in my notebook.

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By lucy , October 7, in Dating and Romantic Relationships. Okay where do I start. We really did click and spent all our time laughing and its safe to say we were both upset when the two weeks came to an end. We all had a really great time and my friends all thought he was great too. He was honest with me and told me that he had been with a fair few holiday flings during his 3 seasons working in Marmaris but he felt completely differently about me.

Like i said i'm not naive i'm sure his said this to someone else before but I do believe that he meant it and I also was starting to really like him and the thought of going home and not seeing him again upset me. He suggested he could get me a job in the hotel for the rest of the summer, I said I would go home and think about it. We worked together at the hotel for nearly 3 months and at the beginning it was so fun, I loved the work meeting so many new people and working with him was great.

I started to realize he was very jealous about 2 months in when I caught him going through my phone. He was all pissed of at a message that was over a year old from my ex and other messages from family friends that where over 50 years old!! The next thing was facebook, he didn't like any pictures of me with guys even if i explained i had known them for years and were only friends or even my gay friend he wanted to delete all of them, at first i objected but soon gave in once he got angry in public.

I told him that night I couldn't work with him anymore as I found that experience to embarrassing and its not acceptable to do that at work in front of colleges and customers.

Maybe that was the time to come home! But instead he suggested going back to his city and meeting his family, I agreed. Love does make you blind. After an 18 hour bus journey we got to his city. His family loved me instantly and I loved them. I learnt Turkish with them and honestly was made to feel like I had lived there my whole life.

Just like that he snapped saying I wanted to look at my old photos with my ex or friends I just got up and walked out as people started looking. He got very threatening and i pushed him away, thats when he grabbed me by my arms and dragged me while i was on the floor so hard that my arms were purple for over a week.

I managed to get free but when i got up he slapped me on the face and cut my finger as well. They came but I was too upset to say anything so I just nodded that I was okay. That evening his family asked me at dinner what all my bruises and cut was from and he actually told them and was crying saying how bad he felt and that it would happen.

His family were disgusted and told him that if it happens again they will never speak to him. I havent seen anyone since ive been back other than family. His 30 but acts like a young teenage girl its crazy, its not healthy. I've explained its not acceptable but he either says its my fault or he wont do it again but lo and behold an hour later his at it again its draining. All the stress over whats been going on has caused me to have hair loss and my doctor said i need blood tests which has pissed him off as he says im just making excuses so I don't come back.

Am i stupid? I know after all ive said bad about him he is a nice person and very kind its just his been cheated on by 2 of his Turkish ex's one of them being with his best friend so i can see why he is so paranoid. I'm torn my mum and dad don't want me to go back and If i was a parent I would say the same thing but i really really love him and we laugh and joke about like ive never done before even with my ex of 5 years.

I can see my future with him. So i guess the question is would you stay or would you go? S Sorry for the essay. You've answered your own question there.

This sort of thing goes on a lot with Turkish men and you will never have a peaceful life with him. Do the sensible thing and ditch him now.

In my opinion, you are lucky that you have learned this about him before it was too late. If the obsessive control wasn't enough, the first time he laid a hand on you, you should have ended it. Often abusers, after a violent event, will buy flowers, apologize, treat the victim wonderfully, and swear that it will never happen again.

And cultivate your sympathy. If you don't listen to us, please at least do some online research into domestic abuse and spouse abusers and their mentality. This has nothing to do with him being Turkish, as you said his family was apalled that he had hit you.

I can understand more him being upset over male friends, although I know lots of Turkish men who really don't care because they feel safe and secure that they are loved and will not be petrayed. My own Turkish boyfriend has female friends himself, so of course he doesn't expect me to cut contact with anyone.

I know there is a little bit more tention in Turkey with males and females being in contact alone, but there are ways to solve this and his solutions are not solutions, they are just violence and abuse.

Him being cheated on by his exes is not your problem. It sounds to me like he is living in the past and attacking things that are not there. Him showing disregard for your health iand your appointments with your doctor ss absolutely shocking, as most Turks have great respect for doctors. And by expecting you to respond in less than a minute to his texts, he sets up inpossible standards for your communication, one that will feel more threatening every day.

You MUST refuse this. I would say, if you can get him to work on his jealousy and agression, your relationship might stand a chance. If that is not possible, listen to his family as well as yours; they in no way agree to him treating you like this. Why should you agreee? You love him and you want to stay with him, but by letting him treat you badly you are actually hurting him as well.

I know it hurts so, so much - it hurts even when people who are not violent treat you bad. But as good as he might be on his good days, it doesn't make up for him being a physical risk to you and showing disreagard for your general wellbeeing. You will find love again - but unless he changes and by that I mean; sees as psycologist you will find yourself in the future very angry and dissapointed.

You've already been made ill due to stress. This won't go away as you will always have it at the back of your mind. No matter how much you love him, would you really want a life where you become totally subservient to him in case he throws a wobbly? Believe me, this is what will happen and you'll spend you life trying not to rock the boat to avoid his rages.

The chances of him changing are negligible and you know it or you wouldn't be asking us our opinions. What then? Will you contact them secretly and lie about it if he questions you? If you live here, where will you live as I'm sure that he will start pressurising you not to work and to get married?

Then you will be dependent on him and will not be able to easily escape. Also once you are married in Turkey it's a new ball game. My husband comes from Osmaniye and even when I walked my small dogs, the family always made sure that someone accompanied me. Be strong. Good advice given above. I would join in with my two-penneth. Move on now whilst you are safe and uninjured.

I can only see more jealousy, more poor behaviour and violence mixed in with the laughter will be lots of tears. Then would you trust this man if you have children? You would really be locked into a cycle of violence is you have a family with him. Not much more to add If not, then don't let the cultural difference weaken your expectations. End it and don't look back.

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Posted October 11, It will hurt but for your own sanity and safety please listen to us and don't go back. What ever you decide to do I wish you good luck and remember we are here if you need to 'talk'. Posted October 12, Posted May 11,

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Istanbul is a modern world city, like so many others. What makes it unique except the vast amount of historical sightseeing spots is the mix of Oriental and Western influences. So, to make most of your stay — and to prevent being rude or a fool — familiarize yourself with these common Turkish customs and etiquette rules that apply in Istanbul. Always been interested in dating Turkish man, any idea in how I can meet my true love? I live in the USA but always been interested in traveling.

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In most of the cases you choose stupid, lower class people. I mean, yes, there are bad guys out there as much as other countries have and this wrong approach toward you is their mistake but it is also your failure. Anyway, my main point is;. Of course, since turkish are foreingers, we do not expect you to detect a troubled person by dating dating looking but we feel very sorry when we see a foreign girl gets bullied on dating news. And you dating what we say at that point.

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It doesn't matter who done it. What matters is that Aykol uses the genre to tell us more about the world than we're used to. Kati owns Istanbul's only mystery book store and, as usual, gets involved in a case that is none of her business. Every day, a beautiful woman lunches alone in the restaurant next to the bookstore. When the woman is found dead in her apartment, Kati immediately recognizes the stranger from the restaurant in images in the newspaper photos. Although the police believe it was an accident, Kati suspects something more sinister has happened. Sani Ankaraligil was an attractive young woman and a politically active ecologist in the middle of a divorce from her wealthy husband. So who would benefit from her death? The industrial companies Sani had accused of polluting the rivers of western Turkey, or her jealous husband seeking revenge through an honor killing, or a Thracian separatist group? The investigation pulls Kati into murkier waters: the marriage may have been a sham, designed to cover up Sani's husband's homosexuality.

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We will be holidaying with our three daughters, all attractive young women who like to wear skimpy summer clothes, and this did cause considerable problems with Egyptian men when we holidayed in Sharm. My daughters are no shrinking violets so any approaches will be given short shrift but it can become very irritating and tedious. I think that you need to understand a bit about the country that you are visiting and their culture and dress appropriately when required. Turkey and Egypt have a more conservative attitude in general than we do in the UK towards dress I have been to Turkey 25 times, 4 times as a single girl in my 20s and to Egypt when I was

The personality traits of a gentleman, smooth talker, romantic, and extreme flirt are all wrapped together to give you the typical Turkish man.

Readers : I wrote this post over three years ago. All of it still applies and I stand by what I have written. Turkish Men are once again causing heartache all over the globe.

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Turkish men, generally, are known to be kind and romantic, caring and loving, and, on the whole, enjoy living life to the fullest. They cherish their women, which is a sacred, self-imposed duty of many Turkish men. Family and loyalty to its members is the most important value for them, but conservative attitudes toward women still exist, especially in rural areas where families tend to be traditional and parental approval for selecting a spouse is still important. Turkish men are very respectful toward women, so you can expect to have a caring partner if you are dating one of these passionate men. Given its strategic location at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, its large economy and substantial military might, Turkey is considered a major regional power. The country has a varied topography that is made up of a high central plateau, a narrow coastal plain and several large mountain ranges.

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By lucy , October 7, in Dating and Romantic Relationships. Okay where do I start. We really did click and spent all our time laughing and its safe to say we were both upset when the two weeks came to an end. We all had a really great time and my friends all thought he was great too. He was honest with me and told me that he had been with a fair few holiday flings during his 3 seasons working in Marmaris but he felt completely differently about me. Like i said i'm not naive i'm sure his said this to someone else before but I do believe that he meant it and I also was starting to really like him and the thought of going home and not seeing him again upset me. He suggested he could get me a job in the hotel for the rest of the summer, I said I would go home and think about it. We worked together at the hotel for nearly 3 months and at the beginning it was so fun, I loved the work meeting so many new people and working with him was great.

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Turkish men fit the perfect description of tall, dark and handsome. A lot of the men that you will encounter in beautiful Turkey are likely to be dashingly good looking. One thing in particular that I noticed, is that a lot of Turkish men are seemingly enamored with foreign women. I mean absolutely no offense by this article whatsoever.

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