I am soo in love with him, and I believe he feels the same way about me. I cried a lot and keep messaging him non stop and took him out on his birthday.
w=700&ssl=1 700w" sizes="(max-width: 275px) 100vw, 275px" data-recalc-dims="1" / I am a Catholic girl who has been dating this Pakistani boy for about a year and a half now. About two months ago someone told his mother about our relationship and he said to me that we couldn't see each other anymore, that he was not ready for a serious relationship, so we have to call it off.
Also, he is not very verbal about his feelings and is kinda awkward in public.
Nevertheless, he calls/texts me a lot and always asks to see me at least 2-3 times a week.
It's clear that there is a strong cultural divide between Pakistani men and white women.
That's why it is so important to focus on trying to be more in common with your woman while trying to play down any kinds of differences you might have.
It's a challenge for Pakistani men to date white women simply because white women come from a totally different culture.
I am very confuse; do you think he loves me like he says I want to be happy, but sometimes I wonder if eveyone is wrong or I am the one.
Do you think he considers me his girlfriend by now? I don't like to assume either way, but I usually wait for the guy to tell me how he feels.
I only ask because I want to be sensitive to the culture and not be pushy... If he was just having fun, there is NO way he would have waited for 2 months to make a move. He is serious and wants it to work and probably doesn't want it to go pear shaped so is taking it slow enough to develop a relationship.
is not one of mail order brides or husbands service.
All people in this Pakistani signed up their profiles by themselves.