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If you share hard times about your own personal life, even if they can relate to it and have had even worse times, you’ll never hear about it, unless you’re in the immediate family.
They’ll just listen with a loving heart, try to be understanding, and give you advice. They’re extremely family oriented, which is one of the biggest pluses that I’ve seen to this day.
I’m proud of that and you should all be proud of where you come from as well. If you have kids from a previous marriage, forget about ever being thought of as more than a date.
If you’re a single parent dating a Persian, you’ll be considered (if at all) a temporary relationship, and don’t even go there when it comes to meeting his/her family, because that’s never going to happen!
I’ve experienced many good things in the Persian community and have been blessed for getting the chance to learn so much from the Persians that I’ve met.
I’ve been lucky enough to have most of the Persians that I’ve known embrace me and my heart for embracing their culture.
As well, for all of those Persians out there who aren’t proud of who they are, and where they come from, that’s ridiculous, and you should be proud of being Persian, because it’s a beautiful culture.
They’ll go out of their way in taking you to secluded and private places, so that the other Persians that you both might run into won’t “catch you” on a date together. I think that this mostly happens until about the age of 40 for men and women.
It’s important to realize that there will always be people that become envious and jealous, the more that you succeed.
You are American, and a “good person” won’t look at you as less of an American than the next.
” My immediate reaction was to become a little defensive and I asked him, “Why, does it matter?
” He said that he was asking, because my great grandparents were from Iran (on my father’s side). I naturally went back to my roots without even trying.