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MAN’S THAI WIFE CHANGED AFTER GETTING PR, PERSONALITY CHANGED 180 DEGREES

Honestly, this does not apply to everyone. Ultimately it still depends on the individual.

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But I’ve heard repeated stories and I myself have encountered many similar incidents before, here’s one:

I have a relative from my paternal grandmother’s side who filed for divorce after his wife (born and raise in Thailand) got her PR approved. Based on what he said, she has changed 360 degrees and even pushed all responsibilities of their children upon him (that’s what my birth mom did to my dad too).

In the past, she was kind, nurturing and gentle. Immediately after the divorce, she got involved in new relationships/hookups and used the monthly allowance she attained from her previous husband (my relative) to support a new family besides her own.

Did I mention that her personality changed 180 degrees too? From kind, nurturing and gentle to someone who would cuss at any moment and became extremely rowdy and violent – I think this is the answer that you’re looking for. Sorry OP, I don’t have any advice to give but my own experience

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I’m not saying that all Thais/Vietnamese would be like that. Obviously, you have to determine if her ultimate intention in being together with you is because of her Singapore citizenship or if she genuinely loves you. Just a heads up because such incidents aren’t uncommon.

Here are what netizens think:

  • Ouch thats pretty sad to hear… But yea i’m looking for things like that coz this is something practical to think about. Thanks
  • I think he meant that she flipped into a totally different person that she initially was.
  • if you are sus of your gf already, it means smth has changed. its better to rethink again on the decision to settle in (my personal opinion)
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