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How about getting cheated ?

Reader comment on item: Advice to Non-Muslim Women against Marrying Muslim Men
in response to reader comment: Extreme vetting when you marry a Muslim

Submitted by Neptune (Russia), Jan 29, 2017 at 10:05

Prashant,

Even when asked these questions,some people can still cheat.If a particular person is cunning enough ,he can gauge what replies are expected.All women here are intelligent and loving and yet due to dropping their guard,once in love,are being cheated or traumatized.It's not their fault.Similarly,one can't change a sociopath or a confused man who might not intentionally wish to cheat but does.

Cultural differences are just too many.It's very easy to talk about Abrahamic religions and commitment in the first few romantic weeks but when real life confronts,it's very clear that the two worlds can't meet.

Many can claim that they are atheists or don't take religion seriously but there is conditioning that has taken place since birth.Where does that disappear?
I am happy that at least most of the ladies here are coping-rising and falling and finally rising,instead of committing suicide or resorting to some addiction.Regards,

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