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Who on earth are those “Elite guys” wanting a wife only for being capable of preparing a good meal and doing laundry?
It’s true that families in Albania are rather conservative and traditional, like it’s true that more young women are keened on embracing western values, getting educated, and working hard to be independent.
I know other woman who have married Albanian men and it's ended badly, I do think it's about where they're from, they're beliefs and how they were brought up but then again isn't that the same for all men.
Hi there I can answer this question, because I'm with one from 10 years and now we celebrate a anniversary with little 12 weeks boy, I'm very happy in this relationship but still I would say not all of them are the same...
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In a period where women are overly preoccupied with “who are you wearing”, “how they can get their hands on the latest fashion”, or “how they can find a man who will buy them whatever they desire,” it is difficult to find that particular girl that knows how to treat a man.
Because many Albanian families are very traditional, it is almost guaranteed that she is more than capable of preparing a good meal and actually knows how to do laundry well”. Since when dressing up is not part of the Albanian culture or since when women who actually follow fashion do not qualify as family-oriented?