American dating an albanian
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The wife has to accept this, and often does not have wifely duties - the mom will always cook dinner, wash clothes and make the bed, etc. But do I sit him down and confirm all of these things or just....go?After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads.Earlier I posted a thread about a guy that I've been seeing that I no longer wanted to communicate with. That night we had an argument and I thought our relationship came to an end.But from the very first sentence you acknowledge that he's unyielding so it goes without saying that there's no real progress to be made. One (or both of you) isn't willing to put in the work.
Also, if you don't ask him about these things and he's not willing to compromise as well then you're probably better off going separate ways. This is about whether or not love withstands the issues (such as not being Albanian, etc.) enough to want to remain together and build a life together. Because of the known traditional customs in his culture, would love have ever been enough?