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You are married to the best Women in the World!!
Congratulations on your new website. I enjoy visiting ZanAmu b/c I would
like to know how foreign women think about Iranian men and to find out that
no matter where we come from we all have almost similar problems,and I will
enjoy even more visiting shoharkhale to find out how foreign men think about
their lovely Iranian wives. I am an Iranian woman married to an Iranian.
You guys probably know that you are married to the best women in the world!
Wish you and your families the best.
Our relationship is quite different from the woman-foreign-man-Iranian style
My wife is Iranian and I
am a Swiss man. We are together for 5 years now (whereof 3 years
married). This kind of relationship is quite different from the
There are just one thing I would like to mention here:
I think that learning Farsi is - compared to other languages - not very
difficult if you have the determination to really learn it and use it. I
practice it a lot with my wife and with Iranian friends. I think that
without speaking Farsi I would never have loved my stays in Iran that
much. If you can't talk to the people you will miss a lot of things. In
mixed relationships it is - in my opinion - essential to have a
knowledge of your partner's language. I would never want my partner to
speak to our children in a language I don't understand.
However, I must admit that for Americans it is difficult because they
are generally not used to learn and speak foreign languages. It is much
easier to learn your 5th foreign language than your first.
We may not be legion, but there are a few of us
Dear Shoharkhaleh --
traditional strictures against cultural exogamy for Iranian women, we may
not be legion, but there are four of us (banded together) in Tallahassee,
Florida alone -- all quite appreciative of the treasure we hold and
fascinated, sometimes frustrated, by the cultural differences.
Thank you for starting this forum. Looking forward to hearing from other ShoharKhalehs.