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Sara
 Sara
(@topperarnold)

But Sinasi isn't respecting Neriman's decision about Macit ether. In that regard he is being selfish. He'll respect every decision she makes EXCEPT who she loves? 

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Posted : April 22, 2019 4:38 am
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Linda F.
(@lindaf)

But he hasn't done anything to interfere in her relationship, either. In fact, he protected both Macit and Neriman by lying to Faiz about how everything was fine at the hotel. Both Macit and Sinasi have also tried to support Neriman's career ambitions; Sinasi gave her work at his school and got her enrolled for the exam. It's Neriman who keeps sabotaging her chances of independence. It's nice that she has two men both wanting to love and care for her, but she should learn to take care of herself first and get the training she needs to be a painter, musician, or whatever will get her out of her childhood bedroom and into the real world.

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Posted : April 22, 2019 6:42 am
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Sara
 Sara
(@topperarnold)

I'm honestly starting to feel like her career goals aren't important until the writers need DRAMAH. I so wish the book was available in English because I often wonder how much of the Neriman character motivation I am missing. Both she and Pelin feel one dimensional to me. Maybe the book delves into it more....but does Neriman live in a world where women are independent? 

I feel a bit like Zehra and Cihan... I wish Sinasi would give up. 

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Posted : April 22, 2019 7:11 am
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Linda F.
(@lindaf)

I'll give another example: If Sinasi were like Faiz, he wouldn't be supporting Asli's decision and helping her get a divorce. He'd be worried about the family "honor" and prestige. He's also told Nezahat several times not to feel obligated to marry Asim if she really doesn't want to (contrast that with how their mother treats both daughters).

I'm not saying Sinasi is perfect, just that he's no Faiz. I think both of the young men, Macit and Sinasi, have evolved considerably. After all, Macit was no prize, either, during most of season 1.

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Posted : April 22, 2019 7:16 am
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Linda F.
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Posted by: Sara

I so wish the book was available in English because I often wonder how much of the Neriman character motivation I am missing. Both she and Pelin feel one dimensional to me. Maybe the book delves into it more....but does Neriman live in a world where women are independent? 

I *so* wish we could get our hands on the book, either in English or Spanish! I can't believe someone hasn't translated it to Spanish, given the success of the dubbed novela.

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Posted : April 22, 2019 7:18 am
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Linda F.
(@lindaf)

Speaking of people who don't respect Neriman's decisions, what is with Sahika this season?! She's constantly betraying Neriman and actively aiding her worst enemy. It's Cihan who I wish would give up on a hopeless love--he deserves so much better!

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Posted : April 22, 2019 7:22 am
Sara
 Sara
(@topperarnold)
Posted by: Linda F.

I'll give another example: If Sinasi were like Faiz, he wouldn't be supporting Asli's decision and helping her get a divorce. He'd be worried about the family "honor" and prestige. He's also told Nezahat several times not to feel obligated to marry Asim if she really doesn't want to (contrast that with how their mother treats both daughters).

Yes! And I love this about Sinasi which is what makes it so hard for me to watch him clinging to Neriman. 

I guess I just can't believe that he's supporting Neriman unconditionally. I still wonder if he's just doing it to win her over. I'm too cynical. 

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Posted : April 22, 2019 7:27 am
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Linda F.
(@lindaf)

I'm sure his motives are complicated, but I can't recall anything he's done to undermine her relationship with Macit. She and Macit were good enough at doing that on their own last season, with their continual immature fits of jealousy!

In any other novela, the scorned boyfriend would have jumped at the chance to work with Pelin when she suggested it. Sinasi, in contrast, told her to take a hike and threatened to come after her if she ever did anything to hurt Neriman.

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Posted : April 22, 2019 7:32 am
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Sara
 Sara
(@topperarnold)
Posted by: Linda F.

Speaking of people who don't respect Neriman's decisions, what is with Sahika this season?! She's constantly betraying Neriman and actively aiding her worst enemy. It's Cihan who I wish would give up on a hopeless love--he deserves so much better!

I'm struggling with Sahika too! 

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Posted : April 22, 2019 7:50 am
Sara
 Sara
(@topperarnold)
Posted by: Linda F.

I'm sure his motives are complicated... 

Maybe this is my issue. Watching to many shows with shallow characters 🤣 

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Posted : April 22, 2019 7:51 am
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5ftLatina
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Sahika likes drama. She's only trying to hurt Pelin, but if other people get hurt she doesn't mind. All she wants is a front seat to the drama and some popcorn.

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Posted : April 22, 2019 10:42 am
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Linda F.
(@lindaf)

Monday: They just announced, “Estás disfrutando los últimos capítulos de EDA”. So, I wonder how many are left?

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Posted : April 22, 2019 3:24 pm
5ftLatina
(@kat)
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I'm trying to do the math and it's just confusing me more.

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Posted : April 22, 2019 3:33 pm
Sara
 Sara
(@topperarnold)
Posted by: Linda F.

Monday: They just announced, “Estás disfrutando los últimos capítulos de EDA”. So, I wonder how many are left?

I heard that too and my first thought was "what does that mean?" It seems to mean something different with each show/network.

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Posted : April 22, 2019 4:24 pm
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Linda F.
(@lindaf)

Did Duygu and Ozgur break up and I missed it? Did we even see them say goodbye?

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Posted : April 24, 2019 12:27 am
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