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We just need to sit back a little and stop standing on our toes all the time.Otherwise it’s just a vicious cycle that never ends and creates more problems than it does solutions.She does not need to be shipped off and made somebody else’s business either (although this is not a bad idea sometimes but there may be backlash).
There are many dynamics to her and each one whether she is traditional, conservative or modern lives a different day-to-day life in which they have different ideals and expectations that they want in a man.However, what I can be useful for is to give a little walk into the mind of single Afghan girls who suffer the pressures of the community and society at large that have been put on her when finding her spouse. Seat belting them into everything they do in life will teach them to be dependent and naive forever; they might as well tie us in a straight jacket.Of course this will not be a general account but I will do my best to incorporate what I can of every version of an Afghan girl from the highly conservative to the “ultramodern”. Anything outside the border specially Pakistani or Iranian you’ve sold your soul to the devil and you deserve to be outcast from the community and your parents for the rest of their lives will have to give apologetic smiles upon entering functions and “mehmanis” where they’ll be asked about how their foreign son-in-law is doing. Oh, no silly not the last part, I mean how we can only select from Afghan guys, we have families that won’t look past their own ethnicities within Afghanistan, better yet they might even tell you you’re stuck to picking from your first cousins. Of course this is totally flexible to the Afghan guy. Either way, they are going to go behind their parents’ backs, because their hot-blooded and no amount of security will have them monitored every step of the way.My Afghan awakening began in New York in 1961 when I married my college sweetheart, Ali.I was an Orthodox Jewish-American girl; he was a Muslim boy from Afghanistan who had been away from home for fourteen years while studying at private schools in Europe and America. He treated me the way his father and elder brother treated their wives: with annoyed embarrassment, coldness, distance.