If your date becomes your boyfriend then there will be plenty of opportunities for both of you to let your hair down.But a guy will most likely be a little scared if you knock back a few shots before dinner.Gradually, his control became more absolute, although Ina tried to deny it for a long time. What can you do, where can you go, what car you must to have, and so on.” She obtained Lebanese citizenship after more than five years in Lebanon, at the total discretion of her husband.“Now I know, in Lebanon, before they [men] marry, they show something, and when they marry, they show different things in their character.” Ina has been separated from her husband for three years, and is currently in the process of divorcing him.
After six months of arguing, her husband finally relented, giving her an unpaid job at his textile company. Then the time comes that you start to feel that it’s too much.” His “Arab mentality,” according to Ina, meant that he suddenly “decided for you everything.
However, she does not want to “run away” from Lebanon.
“I think that my life is here,” she said, and that “Lebanese people are nice.” There is also one more reason for Ina’s decision to stay here: “I don’t want my boy, when he grows up, to say to me, ‘Mom, why did you take me from my dad?
So, there ya go: I can tell you, if this may help, that maronite men with beards (who smoke and/or play a musical instrument, and are french-educated, most often at college protestant or lycee), are by far, the best kissers of Lebanon.
They like to discuss Palestine, the French Revolution, law, and obscure poetry.