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I’ve mentioned before how lucky I am to have such incredible friends; they are like my little supporters cheering me on from the sidelines. My friends have secure jobs in industries that people are more familiar with; the general 9 to 5.

They are also the ones who have had a stern word or two with me to tell me to stop going overly above and beyond with little return. And I know they want the best for me, but they don’t understand why I ‘choose’ to sacrifice sleep, especially for those who may not appreciate my hard work.

We respect each other, support each other, care for each other’s family and friends and live a simple, but happy life; full of travel and laughter.

I know everyone dreams of the whole package, but to be honest with you (and I’m not just saying this to sound like a ‘great’ person), but I really don’t care about the materialistic things – house, car, latest gadgets, etc.

Sure, having a nice place to live would be pretty sweet, but if I can travel and see the world, or even live abroad with my partner instead, then that would make me the happiest person.

I watched something recently where a very wise person said, look for qualities in a partner like you would look for in a roommate.

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And that is probably the most enlightening thing I have heard in a while. I don’t even want to get started on the criteria that Bengali parents have in mind for their children.

This Bengali society we live in goes by the exact opposite of these teachings, and that makes me sad. This is probably where I should insert the cheeky wink emoji or something, but in all seriousness, I hope to find this Tagged Bangladeshi community, bangladeshi culture, bengali culture, bengali marriage, Bengali parents, career, companionship, cultural expectations, Culture, life partner, life update, marriage, muslim dating, muslim marriage, pretending Those who are familiar with the Bengali culture will probably be aware of the notion of showing-off, or pretending that we’re doing better than we actually are.

It’s something I’ve seen happen in my own family as well as others, from the beginning of time.

I feel really weird writing this, but I have a feeling it’s something that people don’t tend to talk about but will be able to relate to. Someone who is always in my corner, who has my back and is my little cheerleader in everything I do.

I know the simple answer to this problem would be to put myself out there and take this whole ‘looking for a life partner’ thing seriously. I know no one really does, but I have a feeling I will take it to heart, maybe a bit too much when I’m already feeling vulnerable.

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