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Merhaba everyone I am new to the forums. I am dating a man from Adana and we have been dating a little over a month. He seems very sweet, but he is also very hard-working Sometimes we have communication problems because he speaks English fairly well, but oftentimes he comes across something that he doesn’t know how to say. Unfortunately, I do not know Turkish.
I am brand new here and hoping for some advice. I’ve seen a few postings on this same topic, but of course each situation is different. Let me start by saying I am a very level-headed, smart, put-together, established woman in the US. I can spot dishonesty a mile away. I’m not so sure. I can’t even believe I’m typing this, because I can’t believe I have found myself in this predicament at this stage of my life I am 42 years young.
That all being said, I know next-to-nothing about the Turkish culture, other than the few things I’ve read about the men and not to stereotype at all being relentlessly charming, sweeping women off their feet, multiple women in many cases So here goes. I “met” a man online through Facebook a few months ago. We have chatted almost every night via FB or phone, and much to my chagrin, I have become completely smitten. Am I surprised? Knowing me, YES! This man has had a hold on me emotionally since day one.
He definitely knows what to say to me. I am trying to not get TOO involved emotionally but that is becoming increasingly difficult. We have had many conversations, but some things you would rather talk about face-to-face you know? That isn’t really a possibility right now, so we’ve just been trying to get to know each other. He speaks very good English, so the language barrier isn’t a problem.
I’ve asked many questions and he always seems to have the right answers, making me wonder “IS this man for real? I have let him know that he has to come to the US before I will come to Turkey I have two early teenage children and it’s not like I can up and leave them. There is so much unknown here, yet at the same time, so much exciting to me. I’ve just always been so skeptical of anyone who appears too good to be true, because in my experience, the devil has been lurking beneath.
I guess my question to you all would be this Are there any pointed questions I could ask him to be clear on what his intentions really are, and if he truly feels the way he says he does? Of course you can say anything on the phone and be whoever you want to be on the internet. I’m not at all blind to this. I know this is next to impossible having never met, but unfortunately, we cannot choose who we fall in love with. I fear my heart is already too far gone, but would be much worse should we meet and things go awry.
I’m certainly not trying to get my heart broken yet again. I am pretty sure this qualifies me as crazy, but I want so much to believe it is real. Any advice for a newbie is greatly appreciated! Thank you. For anyone who meets someone on the internet without meeting them in real should be careful regardless of where they come from.
You can never truly know a person this way. I think if you like each other the sooner the better you meet. Depending on his career it might be hard for him to come to the US. If he has a good steady job then it should be no problem but if he doesn’t don’t fall into a trap of giving money. Otherwise maybe you can go to Turkey for a vacation with your children. Surely he has to meet your children too. Start planning and see how serious he is about meeting.
If he starts giving excuses I would be cautious. Thank you for the advice. Yes, while I am being very cautious here, I cannot help what I’m feeling inside. I know it seems crazy to anyone who has never been in this situation myself included. When we have talked about meeting, he is very open to me coming over there at any time. I, on the other hand, would me more comfortable with him coming to the US first. A single woman in a strange land is the stuff movies are made of.
I realize this could all be fake. He has said he would come visit me next Winter, which is when I am thinking will be the first time we meet. He is in tourism, a manager of a restaurant I’m falling into the stereotype which I hate , so for him to leave at this point with no prior planning would be difficult and I understand that, just as it would be for me.
I know there is NO way to know if this is real until we meet. I just have so many thoughts going through my head and quite honestly, it’s now gotten to the core of me and the mere “wanting” to meet this man has me trying to figure out how to change all of my life around Thank you again for the advice, and if anyone else has anything to add, I’m open to hearing your experiences and such. This is so new to me and even if there are links to Turkish culture, etc.
Of course, we always want to believe that OUR situation is unique. It may be, but it may not be, and I get that. I would be very suspicious. How old is this man? Can you do some snooping on his facebook? Does he have lots of foreign female friends and few Turkish friends? I don’t want to put you off but wouldn’t want you to waste your time unless he’s someone worth wasting time on. He does very little on facebook, other than play poker, which is how we met.
The majority of his or so friends appear to be mainly Turkish people he works with and relatives. When he is on facebook, day or night, he will message me and we will chat. That is not to be naieve and say he isn’t doing the same with six other women The jaded female in me is very suspicious. At the same time, the hopeless romantic wants this to be real. As I mentioned, I’ve sent him no money or anything, nor has he asked. I mean honestly, can one really get her heart broken by someone she’s never met?
Is that possible? I suppose it may be, but I’m trying to stay realistic throughout this getting to know him. Again, I don’t want to believe this is a “typical Turkish man” whatever that is turning on the charm to lure me into something. There has been no indication of that at all. That being said, I have no way to know what he’s doing at work, outside of work and with whom, just as he doesn’t know the same about me.
It is what it is. I simply wish there was a question or two I could ask him that would let me know if I’m setting myself up. Of course he could lie. We all could. Maybe if I just come out with something like, “you have women falling all over you all day and night I know this obviously wouldn’t solidify anything for me, but it may comfort me. I think if he continues to talk about any kind of “future” between us, I need to find out if he is willing to leave his job and his country to be with me, and not just for a visa.
He has no children, and to my knowledge, his parents do not live there his mother is Indian and father is Turkish , so the only thing tying him there would be his job. If I had no kids and didn’t have a solid career and honestly believed the love of my life was on another continent 6, miles away, I would explore that without giving it a second thought.
I am of the opinion that God didn’t put me in Indiana necessarily to find my soulmate here if there is such a thing. He could be anywhere and he could be him. Then again, he could not be and I could end up heartbroken. Do you see what I wrestle with in my mind every day and night? You obviously have doubts as you’ve come here for advice. In my opinion he’s just using you as entertainment. He’s 45 for goodness sake. You’ve not mentioned a wife.
I don’t know what stories he’s told you but I’d also question him having an Indian mother knowing how little Turks travel, their attitude to foreigners,especially 50 years ago and their closeness to their families and adherence to family opinion. Just be careful and as someone else said, do some checking online. You can keep thinking about this for another year.
But why waste time. You either decide to not waste another year of your life thinking about it or you go to Turkey as soon as possible. You can stay in a hotel of course I wouldn’t advise you stay at his home or something. If it goes well you will be happy you didn’t wait another year and if it goes bad you will also be happy you didn’t wait a year. Time is valuable don’t waste it thinking of what could be when you can see what it is.
The personality traits of a gentleman, smooth talker, romantic, and extreme flirt are all wrapped together to give you the typical Turkish man. But be cautious. Some men have ulterior motives, and some will definitely get you into trouble.
I am brand new here and hoping for some advice.
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