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I have Turkish boyfriend

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Submitted by Ella (Australia), Apr 3, 2019 at 05:28

Hi everybody.Back in October I met a Turkish man through a friend on Facebook.He moved to my country 6 years ago.So we had drinks and dinner.We ended up as a couple and we are still together.However I did feel the change from being put up on to a paddle stuhl to not so interested anymore.He is not practicing his Muslim religion drinks alcohol etc. but would never let me eat any pork.He said casually a couple of times maybe I could become Muslim one day.I told him I do not believe in any gods.So far he accepted it.He was married twice to Turkish women and had non Muslim girlfriends here in my country and the last one before me broke his hard.He said that he needs a woman now with a good heart.He has permanent residency and says he is finished with his country.But he wants to bring his son over soon.So I wonder if he just wants someone to help raising his son.But he still tells me that he loves me.But sometimes I wonder if he is just cunning.He is 12 years younger but says that is absolutely no problem.He says he plans to grow old with me.He is 45 and says I was sent to him by Allah.I am so in love and just want to believe him. Can I trust him?????

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