My parents have been married for 40 years, so they know what they’re talking about when it comes to marriage. My dad once told me, The day you get married will be the most exciting day of your life, but also the hardest you will ever experience. I always thought he was exaggerating,
but he was absolutely right!
Things I Learned While Searching For a Pakistani Man
1. There are many Fish in the Sea: I learned that there are many eligible men in Pakistan, and that I should not settle for the first one that comes along.
2. Be Cautious of Online Dating Scams: There are many scammers who use fake profiles on dating sites, so it is important to be careful and only meet in person after you have had some conversations with them.
3. Look Closely at What You're Searching For: I found that it was easy to find matches who were looking for wives because they could filter their search based on marital status or religion, but harder to find matches if you were searching by age range or location.
4. Women Share Their Experience of Being Single in Pakistan
In Pakistan, it is not uncommon for women to face pressure to get married at a young age.
This pressure can come from family, friends, and society at large. For some women, this pressure can be overwhelming and lead them to feel like they are running out of time. For others, the independence that comes with being single leads them to believe that there is no need to rush into marriage because they have their whole lives ahead of them.
For many Pakistani women, the option to marry outside their culture is also an important consideration because certain cultures require partners who share the same religion or ethnic background.
When I was younger, I never thought that I would have to search for a husband. I always assumed that when the time was right, Allah would bring us together. But as I got older and entered my twenties, I realized that this might not be the case. And so I began my journey to find a husband.
It hasn't been easy, especially since I'm a woman living in Pakistan.
I am a woman in her early 30s who is seeking a husband. I was born and raised in Pakistan, but I currently live in the United States. I have been thinking about getting married for a few years now, and I have finally decided to take the plunge and start actively searching for a husband.
The first step in my search was to tell my parents. This was not an easy conversation because they had always hoped that I would marry a Pakistani man of their choosing.
I was born and raised in Pakistan, and from a young age, I was taught that marriage is a woman's ultimate goal in life. My parents arranged a marriage for me when I was just eighteen, but unfortunately, it didn't work out. After that failed attempt, I decided that I would take matters into my own hands and find my own husband.
The process has been both exciting and frustrating.
My name is Nadia, and I am 25 years old. I was born and raised in Pakistan, and my family is very traditional. I am the eldest daughter, so it is my responsibility to marry a good man and have children. My mother has been talking about me marrying since I turned 18.
In our culture, marriage at such an early age is not uncommon, and often young girls are even engaged before they turn 15. But as much as my mother pressured me to marry, I had always been against the idea of getting married before college or at least after graduation.