Men are expected to be unfaithful in Asian culture specifically? As opposed to other cultures? I would say more that male promiscuity may be more openly accepted in traditional cultures and in marginalized groups of people, but western society in general still tolerates it as well.Sounds like a lot of women I know, SMH! I do hope she catches on soon. But maybe she already knows. From what I know about Asian culture, men are expected to be unfaithful. He has a successful career, bright future and he's charming. She probably wouldn't do anything. Some women stay for financial reasons. When I first met him (before I knew about the gf) he would brag about his career and success. Told me some sob story about his parents struggling or something. I wasn't really listening because (a) it was boring and (b) I figured he was trying to manipulate me into thinking he was inspirational or something. I've dated many many men, so I've heard it all LOL! I know what things to watch out for and him bragging and trying to make this "image" of himself was suspicious and made me look him up. Glad I did! Too bad my mom and neighbor fell for it LOL.This is very true.Defriend him and stay out of it. It seems like the right thing to do, but this kind of scenario almost always goes wrong and will likely backfire on you.
After a month of me and every single other one of my girlfriends being hit on, by a close friends boyfriend, we talked and decided to let her know. They had been together 5+ years. He was all talk, often drunk, so we gave it some serious thought and consideration. We knew it might not go smoothly but after asking him to stop on several occasions we had to tell her.
6 women sat her down and told her. She refused to speak to any of us again- because we should have told her sooner. No way I'm getting involved with someone I don't know well because that typically ends even worse. Delete him and hope she catches on.
Worn out iPhone. Need I say more?