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You need to pay attention and if things are out of control then step back and reassess the situation.

” If someone told me I was going to have to live in a Moroccan village after getting married I would flat out say no. Some may argue this is done as a way of “helping.” No, this is done as a means of controlling. There’s a sentiment in Morocco that jealousy is a sign of love.Socio-economic background has a role in every relationship, couple that with cultural and possibly religious difference and you will face challenges.For the majority of Moroccans there is limited opportunity to travel abroad so typically there isn’t as much general knowledge about life outside Morocco. Even well-educated Moroccans can struggle to find work in their country.I see more and more men caring for their children, preparing meals, and doing daily tasks which is increasingly important as more women work outside the home. Every dynamic is different but there’s something to be said for a husband who wants to provide for his family financially and wants to take the lead. Most Moroccans I know, men and women, have a “live and let live” policy when it comes to religion.They can be devout but they don’t pressure their friends, neighbors or loved ones to be the same way.

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