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One difference is that in my family and many other Persian families, it is rare for us to say, "I love you." In fact, there's no similar expression in the Persian language.It's basically just understood that family members love each other, and words are considered cheap when action and self-sacrifice count.It is certainly easier for me because I basically grew up with American friends and am much more accustomed to their lifestyles than she is to Persians.However, it is very different when you actually become a member of a family.We suggest that you approach education and communication in these four ways: 1.
It is extremely difficult for her to sit at the table while all of the adults are conversing in Persian.Well, my fiancee's family says, "I love you" more than anyone I have ever met.In the beginning, it made me feel very uncomfortable, although I didn't mention it to her and am getting more used to hearing it said so often. Her family, especially her mother, always exhibits a constant cheerfulness/hyperness, and although I think that is great, it is simply not my personality to be like that.You and perhaps another family members can describe them, the reasons they are followed, and your family's unique way of following these customs in advance of each family gathering or holiday.We imagine that an event like your engagement party would have been much less overwhelming, and probably much more enjoyable, if your fiancee would have been well coached about what to expect. Your family seems very warm and loving, but they probably don't understand how overwhelmed your fiancee is with the cultural and language differences.
For example, you were raised in a home in which women did virtually all of the housework, but your in-laws (and undoubtedly your future wife) have different expectations.