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Sara

Senior Rat Expert
hello everyone i won't go into details but just share a feeling
so here I am in relation the concern is that I do not send myself to agree with my friend the words and the actions did not stick
I can't find a passion
do you think this is a sign?
 

Myriam1

Major Ratslayer
Sara, welcome here. Just take your time, read around and when time is right, tell us some more.
In general, in all relationships, judge the other by the actions, words are too easy, only actions do count!
A passion...do you mean that you don't feel any enthousiasm for anything in your friend or partner?
 

Sara

Senior Rat Expert
I mean the words by messages and phone are in decal with what we live when we see each other
I don't feel passion, being in love or in osmosis with him
 

Liona

Major Ratslayer
I mean the words by messages and phone are in decal with what we live when we see each other
I don't feel passion, being in love or in osmosis with him
They are kind of passionate only when they are trying to win a woman. Though even this is far from true compassion, they are just feeding a woman with a sweet words and empty promisses. When the prize ( a woman) is their, they turn to be who they are.

As I have noticed they are not so much into empathy. I wonder if this have something to do with their culture? When I had Tunisians ( both boys and girls) in my Facebook, I always was shocked how easily they are posting horror pictures and videos. Or they find hillarious when people being angrily mocked . This is just like some primitive reactions for me. This disgusted me so much.
 

Jisela

Major Ratslayer
They are kind of passionate only when they are trying to win a woman. Though even this is far from true compassion, they are just feeding a woman with a sweet words and empty promisses. When the prize ( a woman) is their, they turn to be who they are.

As I have noticed they are not so much into empathy. I wonder if this have something to do with their culture? When I had Tunisians ( both boys and girls) in my Facebook, I always was shocked how easily they are posting horror pictures and videos. Or they find hillarious when people being angrily mocked . This is just like some primitive reactions for me. This disgusted me so much.
In Tunisia, when you display empathy, love, sensitivity, that's the invitation to attack you right in that spot. They're brutal to each other.
 

Liona

Major Ratslayer
In Tunisia, when you display empathy, love, sensitivity, that's the invitation to attack you right in that spot. They're brutal to each other.
Oh, Gosh, I remember someone (Tunisian native) explained it something like this on TLR! But can't remember what exactly he /she said. It was something close to your explanation. I just remember I rejected to believe.
 

Anna2you

Major Ratslayer
They are kind of passionate only when they are trying to win a woman. Though even this is far from true compassion, they are just feeding a woman with a sweet words and empty promisses. When the prize ( a woman) is their, they turn to be who they are.

As I have noticed they are not so much into empathy. I wonder if this have something to do with their culture? When I had Tunisians ( both boys and girls) in my Facebook, I always was shocked how easily they are posting horror pictures and videos. Or they find hillarious when people being angrily mocked . This is just like some primitive reactions for me. This disgusted me so much.
That reminds me so much of my husband ...he would always post some horrific images or found it funny if i was crying ...i did not know that others were the same. i dont think all of them are. my husbands brother does not post any crazy horrific pictures.
 

Etoyoc

Major Ratslayer
I wonder if this have something to do with their culture?
"In establishing the tenants of a culture or set of cultures, it is vital to examine the culture’s sense of morality to determine the society’s behavioral ideals. The Arab moral code values revenge over compromise, men over women, and groups over individuals. Collective Arab identity is based on tribalism, submitting to paternalistic authority, a sense of honor linked to women’s virginity, and an ossified sanctification of custom and tradition. There is a glorification of the past along with a refusal to take responsibility for the present and the hope that the future will miraculously be better. "

From here: https://www.washingtoninstitute.org/fikraforum/view/holding-arab-culture-accountable
 

Liona

Major Ratslayer
Speaking about culture differences..

I read a post in Facebook, a girl recalled her flight with 7 Arabian children of different ages ( from teens to toddlers) sitting behind her. All those kids made the flight look like a hell for the passengers in the front row. But their mothers were busy with themselves and did not care at all.

Someone who's been lived in the Middle East for 13 years made a comment under this post: "Yes, such kind of behaviour is very typical. They don't lose their time for the raising children."
- "Oh, :eek: But somehow they grow into the decent adults??"
- "Well, what can I say... Only the few grow up into the decent ( in our understanding) people. As to the remaining they feel fine as they are".
 
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