Many Latin women (and men as well) live with their parents until they get married and continue to spend a lot of time with their immediate family after moving out of the house.
They count aunts and uncles and cousins as close relatives and many households include a mixture of relatives from both sides of the family.
They would have also grown up seeing their parents hire people to do repairs around the house and yard work, so it will also be difficult for them to understand that you mow your own lawn.
In order to make any relationship work, it’s important to understand the upbringing and differences in culture of the other person.
They want you to be their everything just like they want to be your everything.
Many Latin women from upper class families were raised with maids and cooks, so they may not have ever swept a floor or cooked a meal in their life.
While this may be hard for Americans to understand, it is completely normal in Latin American cultures.
They will have a much stronger voice in who she dates and marries now, and how she raises her children later compared to an American woman.
Before you can marry a Latin woman, you have to realize that you’re also marrying her entire family, and they cannot be avoided as they might with American women.
In most Latin countries, marriage is seen as a partnership where the married couple are the most important part.