Here is a talking point: What are some Christmas or New Year traditions in your family?
Now, it’s a common complaint, isn’t it? Wives often complain that their husbands don’t listen to them, or if they do, they only hear what they want to hear… but how true is it? Any personal experiences?
So what do you think of the dad’s dream and his perseverance? Note: This is the first post in the “never give up” series. In addition to making comments, you’re welcome to contribute posts to this series.
Since the husband-wife relationship is so controversial and interesting at the same time, I have an idea for a topic: What makes you pick “A” person as a wife or husband and not “Another” one? In other words, what is behind our reasoning when we are choosing the other half?
Following up on your comments on Brigitte’s post (the changing Iranian society), especially the comments by Reza and Monique, here is an excerpt from the film My Big Fat Greek Wedding. The father, the indisputable head of the family, is against her daughter going to school downtown and the daughter is exasperated. The mother, however, … Continue Reading