1. He's not Muslim. Not the same race as me. Not like I would care but (would be problem with parents)
2. If I did go out with him again and my dad found again, he would go back to shunning me from his presence.
3. He might cheat on me again?
4. Something else but I forgot lol
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I am married to a Muslim out in Egypt. I am a Christian girl. He found me 3 years ago on FB, and fell in love with me. He begged me to fly over and stay with him and his lovely family, so we could get better acquainted. It went so well, I flew back 3 months later, where we tied the knot in Cairo.
After I had returned to the states, we had our ups and downs. I won't get into long details, but while I was living with him in his family's house, I had encountered problems. When I had left, I wasn't sure I wanted to return. The situation left me with a sour ball in my mouth. Subconsciously, I took revenge.
It's been over two years now since we have been together. Our Big problem. However, my infidelities also took over, and I got out of control. My main drain was with an Egyptian Coptic Christian, who nearly ruined my life and my marriage.
So many long stories, but even now, as my husband loves and has forgiven me, I cannot be trusted. I love him very much, but there is something not right, or why would I do this to a faithful Muslim man? He's been a loyal dog, putting up with so much. As silly as it sounds, I really don't want to lose him. We're trying to win our battles.
I can't guarantee your ex won't go out and play again, and with all his sweetness, everything is yum today, and tomorrow, after the smoke has cleared, he could go back to burning his bridges. I cannot lie...it could become a pattern.
Your father, like my husband's, are strict Muslims, and will always 'shun' on what someone has done to their son or daughter, And to their Quaran culture.
Perhaps once I get to my family's house, all Can be forgiven, but First Here, on American soil, I must Prove myself to him and to them. So must your ex.
Don't be so quick to take him back right now, nor wear your heart on your sleeve. If you do decide to give him another chance, don't tell dad right away. You're old enough to live your own life, no matter What culture.