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There are also cultural differences, and religion pays a large part in some circumstances too. Is he willing to let go of some of his more traditional Turkish cultural values, and are you willing to give up some of yours? If both of you are willing to make it work and put in the effort as well as having the patience, trust, understanding and communication, your relationship may well turn into something wonderful.If not, enjoy it for what it is and move on, either way you’ll have great memories.There seems to be an assumption that all Turkish men will try their luck and manipulate British women for money.If your fella gives you a list of duty free alcohol, trainers and the latest i Phone he wants you to bring out the next time you visit, realise he is not genuinely in love with you, he is more interested in your bank balance.I suppose it’s important to figure out if it is love, or lust.Is it really possible to fall in love with someone in a country thousands of miles away from home where there are so many obstacles to overcome? Is it really possible to ‘love’ someone you can hardly communicate with? Getting to know each other from 4000 miles away is never easy, but nowadays with Skype, Facebook, Face Time, email and text, there really is no excuse not to keep in touch, if that’s what you want.If you are serious about the relationship, be certain he is too.
At some point, one of you is going to have to give up your life in your own country and move away from your friends, family , job and everything you’ve ever known, it’s inevitable and is the only way forward, eventually. Depsite what everyone thinks, visas to the UK are not easy to obtain, if you are unwilling to try to settle in Turkey, be prepared for a long battle to get your Turkish partner to the UK, it’s not something to take lightly, it’s a long, hard process and the stress can be enough to split couples up. Will he expect you to be a stay at home mum/housewife?
These are all huge red flags, don’t fall for his charm or excuses, it’s not worth the heartbreak in the end.
A lot of women who have experienced the above sell their stories to magazines or newspapers or create online groups and blogs ‘warning’ everyone about the dangers of Turkish men.
An important thing to be sure of is that you both wanting the same thing, are you both looking for a quick fling, or is one of you more serious than the other?
While on holiday, a lot of us let our guards down, we are physically and emotionally relaxed and free from all the stresses of home, this makes it oh so easy to get carried away, but in reality, when you’re 4000 miles away back at home and have work to do and bills to pay, are you still going to be as interested in your Turkish ‘lover’?