If you have not been to Turkey before, you should continue reading, regardless of age or marital status.
Once you are in Turkey, touristic areas, you will experience something very flattering.
As soon as the Turkish Man sees you, he will start to say nice things to you because to him, you are a flower, and whoever picks up the flower then belongs to him.
It does not matter how old you are if you are single or married, fat and ugly or skinny with bones sticking out or got Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
He will first compliment your eyes; how deep and beautiful they are, then tell you that you are gorgeous and how lovely your dress is. This will all take place in the first few minutes of meeting you. Do not be surprised if he tells you an hour later that he is in love with you.
To cut the story short, by the time dawn breaks, without a doubt, you will have made love to this Turkish Man. What happens when you go back home? On the day you leave, another lady hears the exact words. This goes on and on and never stops.
Does anything good come out of this? If you discount the endless pleasures, realistically, NO. Very few relationships have happy endings. Yes, there are happy endings too, believe it or not, such as happily married friends, kids, and so on. In percentage, it is shallow and a gamble with serious Consequences.
The unhappy ending in such mixed cultural relations is so high that it would be like hitting the jackpot by being in the happy section. It is ok when you don’t have kids; walk away from one another, and everything is sorted. However, if you have children together, then the situation for both can be devastating. It can be very harsh. Especially for the Man, as the robust laws of the United Kingdom and Europe usually take women’s side. Especially difficult on the Man if you are one of those bitches who don’t provide access to the children simply because you have fallen out or stopped each other loving.
Does anything good come out of this? Well, if you discount the endless pleasures, realistically, NO. Very few relationships have happy endings.
Many Turkish men out there fell in love and moved abroad, made children, and worked hard, but for some reason, when the relationship ended, they faced the bitter truth of separation and were not allowed to see their children. As a result, their lives are shattered; they couldn’t go back to their home countries simply because they wanted to be with their kids or at least left with that hope that one day they might gain access. In the meantime, kids grow fatherless, and Turkish fathers are stranded in a place which doesn’t want to be anymore.
So, have one but don’t drag him into unnecessary pain.