He's late a lot and when I ask him why or mention that it bothers me he's quick to point out he's doing nothing wrong, but he has things for work or projects that he's working on and I shouldn't question his priorities.I don't need anyone to tell me he's no good or I need to leave, I Truly believe this may be a cultural thing. It just seems like making money, and his projects come before me, but friends have mentioned that in puerto Rico women don't question their husbands and maybe that was how he was raised so when I question him it's offensive?Okay, just curious to know just what you guys like/want/expect from a woman.When you're dating someone, do you like to be around her alot or do you need your space?They are taught to take women out and make the offer to you.If he is into working a lot dont be surprised he will put his work first..reason to this its because he wants to make money and its stability in order to support a women and a family.
At 23, money was more important than passion I guess.Puerto rican guys believe a women have a role and a men has a role..that women are build to have babies and stay at home all the time cooking and cleaning like maids while they work or go out..not this strict like some other cultures, but this men do believe a women can work and take care of the family as well, they have a portrait of a strong willing women that can be multi tasking and this can wear you out if your not into it.Puerto rican people are always late..is cultural in all of us.Play it like you are into your own things and dont feel worried or hesitate to be questioning. For your entertainment, we've plucked a few golden ones. you know you’re in a relationship with a Latino if: 1.
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