So Arabs don’t discuss love at all? It is forbidden? Are Arabs so secretive? Or is it a blasphmey to even discuss it?
You know what the problem is with Arabs and love? The problem is that they don’t know how to love someone before they get married to them. They don’t or not allowed to talk to the opposite gender. They don’t interact with the opposite gender, and their inner feelings are always hidden and they never speak out. Not only that, Arab men tend to be rough and they grow up, especially in their 20′s to not be able to interact with females at all. They are rough and just treat girls like crap, but in reality, they are still children and just acting like school aged kids around girls because they don’t know how to act or talk with them around!
Then you have Arabs who actually like a girl, and then they decide they don’t want to do anything wrong before they end up together and discuss it with their families. What do the parents say? No. Simple as that. After all that love, nothing. Why is it always the parent’s final say in the marriage of two people who are in love? Why do Arabs have to find something wrong with the person their son/daughter want to get married to? So what happens next? Utter ever lasting heart brake. Arab males and females are always heart broken at least once in their lives. Some choose to continue on with their lives, and others fall into the trap of arranged marriages and think it is the logical solution. If the parents agree, then life for them will be blissful. Hmm. No?
Arabs seriously need to learn that love is not 3eeb (wrong/forbidden.) There is nothing wrong with two people being in love and sharing a love story. Two people choose each other, no one has the right to do that for them. As long as they are not exceeding any boundaries, then I don’t understand what is wrong with the whole Arab love thing.
Here is a message for all Arabs out there. LOVE SOMEONE! Tell them now that you love them! If you want to get married, GET TO KNOW the person you want to live the rest of your life with. Asking for a hand in marriage is not love. It’s a final decision you should be making, and not the only solution to your stupid shyness and having your parents as your spokes men because you are too chicken to tell someone you love them!
You know how many times I heard the phrase, “you can learn to love your husband after you get married.” Learn to love? Who the hell learns to love someone?
Arabs wake up! Love is not wrong!