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My parents gave my husband, my daughter and I guidelines for time we were not with them.Although I don't speak Tagalog, I brought my cousin with me on a trip to Manila from my parent's province to interpret things for me.I suspect her plan was to kill him by feeding him fatty foods and then collect the inheritence. But after having a nice relationship for a long time, me getting an abortion cause we weren't prepared (he s 35 and I'm in my early 20s) guess who was married with 2 children and a wife waiting for him back in Philippines thinking he is working for their sake. We always had a good mix of cultures at our family gatherings, along with other Filipinos.No love, not even the slightest sign of any kind of empathy. I grew up around mostly white people, that's what surrounded me.Our Word of the Year choice serves as a symbol of each year’s most meaningful events and lookup trends.It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year.Now this is a girl that stated emphatically that she'd never cheat on also said as a joke (perverse sick joke)that if I ever broke her heart she'd kill me. Yes, there are dishonest people everywhere..in the Philippines it's part of the culture; seemingly brought on by poverty and LOW morals/values.I can't say I'm the least bit surprised looking at all the other stories running down the page. Their friends play along with the charade as they say all the most charming things. If you ever meet a pinay online NEVER BELIEVE A WORD SHE SAYS!!!
I find that as well with newly arrived Filipinos to Canada.
She fed him extremely fatty greasy food until it killed him.
I don't know exactly what happened but they got a call a few months prior to him dying and I guess they must have realized he hadn't long to live. I've visited the Philippines with my family, on my own,with my own family now. I am of Filipino background, but I don't have those attachments to the PI like some of kids I grew up with did or their parents do.
My parents, aunts and uncles sent a monthly allowance and the caretaker took a 1/3 of that on top of her salary. It's sad, but I guess not knowing if you're going to be jobless day by day for some brings out a "by any means necessary" instinct.
It's not right, but as a Canadian with Filipino background, I'm a little hurt by these words, even though some of it is true. You are better off to Thailand, Vietnam or even Malaysia. Putting your heart there, you might as well give it to the dogs.