From my experience, there seems to be a belief that, in spite of our TV shows, our media and movie reputation, us American men have a reputation for treating our wives very well.I hope this helps Hello, I'm an Indian girl married to a white guy from the US.It has not been easy, but the fact that her "connection" to her family was weakend long ago has helped.Also, we live in racially diverse Southern California where we "blend in" easier.From your post, it seems like you can't live without her, and she can't live without her family...
As soon as he told her about me, she got extremlly jelous and all of a sudden she was going to give up her family and marry him no matter what.
I would like to ask about any possibilities that could make our marriage possible - I don't need to marry her today because she is a woman that I waited whole my life and I can wait more as I know I can be happy only with her.
Thank you for all your advices that could make any possibility, even those nearly impossible to do, that could help me to be with her forever.133461434 #16903By Anonymous on Friday, December 02, 2005 - am Hi, I am a white guy who has been married to an Indian woman for 10 years.
I hope this helps141411944 #17750By Eagle007 on Saturday, March 04, 2006 - am God, you both sound sad and controlling individuals. 142796659 #17909By sincere on Monday, March 20, 2006 - am Excuse me! You may be accepted if you try to adapt to the Indian culture: family-oriented and respectful. You have a better shot because you are not black, but not that much better.
Celebrating "weakening" of family ties just shows how much you really love these women! Your statement "they are not your slaves any more" defies logic. Intermarriage is really frowned upon.166474572 #18981By Anonymous on Tuesday, December 19, 2006 - am Hello, I am a white woman who is dating a man who claims once was in love with an indian woman. When he explained me his story with this indian girl I felt sad for him and for her.