Thank you for your words. That's so true.
It's just the culture .... A conversation doesn't help either ..... We have tried many times but without success.
And for my husband, of course, his mother is the greatest.
And because he doesn't want us to have to do without something, he just works harder to be able to offer his mother and me everything.
He not only takes care of his mother financially, but also of all siblings and their children.
A child has severe asthma and other illnesses. Is in the hospital regularly and of course he wants better treatment than the standard.
The other child has problems with their eyes and needs new glasses all the time.
The mother has diabetes. The washing machine is broken or the air conditioning fails.
A sister just does not get pregnant and everything is tried on medicine. She is desperate that her husband will leave her.
Reading your post here it's sad how hard your husband has to work to help his family in tunisia. I know it's the culture and tradition to help but aren't there husbands to help with the needs of their own children? It must be very stressful for you and your husband to live this way, torn between 2 cultures. It's a real eye-opener for many ladies it never stops the helping I suppose.I just wanted to say that even if you get a good honest man. It remains very complicated because of the culture and the family.
Many underestimate the problems that come together