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Clamdigger53 replied to the thread many issues.... on the Egypt forum:
countrygirl1976 initially posted:
I have known my husband now for 13 years, we met in Hurghada through a mutual friend. I am american he is egyptian... i left and went back to usa and we kept in contact thru the years.. on and off... he married i married etc etc.. we wanted to be together but somethings were just out of our hands. things changed for both of us and we are now married... but since i have been here (few months) from time i arrived to the time i choose to revert to islam to the time we were "offically" married he seems to have changed...Controling me , I am not allowed to leave flat with out him, I can not talk to any guys on net unless i know them from real life, i was told that if we go to states no guys except family are allowed to hug me only hand shakes, i must obey and he says he is joking but actions speak louder than words, Talking back not an option it only makes things worse expressing how i feel just pisses him off more, He dont like to be asked a lot of questions etc, Told me I must be submissive NO means NO, refusing sex I have found is a big mistake, Tells me what to wear outside as if I am a child. Tells me I am free and can leave anytime but then when i say i want to leave he says NO. I say I can go anytime he says I need his permission to leave. I say NO i am american i will go if i choose to go he told me he would know if i left and he would come for me before i even made it to the airport. I said u got ppl watching me? He I have my ways.. i feel like I am rat in a cage. Ive known him for 13 years and had NO idea he was a control freak. I got a feeling this will only get worse. Any one else experience this or similar?
Clamdigger53 replied on April 10, 2014 with:
Have seen much of the world so this is no surprise to me.Outside of the Western world men have more rights.Welcome to the lands where Husbands have some say.
wafa replied on December 30, 2013 with:
I replied saying "Get well" and "Stay Strong"
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