Dating peruvian women
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I was reading a lot of what other people were writing about their experiences with Peruvian guys so I thought I would also share mine.First I want to start off by saying that I don't want to make any broad generalizations about an entire culture.
Emotional Abuse actually happens more often than physical abuse and can be more crippling. "Emotional Abuse is any form of abuse that is non-physical and is intended to control or manipulate the victim through overt and subtle tactics, such as insults, criticisms, denial, suggestive behavior, berating, belittling, or anything else that impacts the victim’s sense of self-worth negatively." Emotional Abuse leaves one psychologically devastated due to the very personal nature.I am solely sharing my personal experience and I'm not saying that all Peruvian men are the same.I would describe him as being quite cultural although he no longer lives in Peru and hasn't for some time.The trust issue is something that was a huge obstacle for me.He would also lie about money, and financial stability as well as financial independence which undoubtedly was a problem.With regards to physical characteristics, I have found the majority of Peruvian men to be small in stature, especially compared to men from the U. In my opinion, I would say that Peruvian men do make good husbands IF there is good communication between both partners! Constantly in my head weighing out his good intentions and his control issues. We have been married four years and as for what I can tell you, they are wonderful lovers. They're not supportive and want the woman to have her own money.
For example, I am nearly 5’4 and I am about the same height as many men in Peru, if not taller! True about Peruvian men very controlling and they tend to be dangerous.
I must say, my ex in particular was quite good at convincing me he wasn't what my vibe was telling me he was.
Overall, he really hurt me emotionally, because I trusted him when he never deserved trust, and I was really patient with him too, always in the hopes that he would change. I just hope I find someone who loves me the way I deserve to be loved one day, Peruvian or not.
therefore I do believe that he is more progressive than what some of the other commenters have described their boyfriends/husbands to be, especially in regards to the role of women in the household, as he always encouraged me to get my education and also have a high-powered career instead of solely taking on the traditional role of a housewife.
Unfortunately, as I've been reading through many of these comments, I can find myself relating to a lot of these women.
Another character trait that he has is he's very persuasive or argumentative.