But at this point, Daria didn't know what was going on. She'd always had a loving relationship with her family in Pakistan. In fact, because Daria's mom was the first in her family to have children, they spoiled Daria accordingly.
"I had no indication that they would do something like this."
Looking back, Daria now, of course, realizes that the mistaken one-way ticket and what she thought was normal limited access to communication during a family trip was probably an orchestrated choice by her family (a common condition of those abducted to be married). See, her family in Pakistan had found such a "nice" guy for her. They had to take action.
Daria's family apparently doesn't spend enough time on the MRA subreddits, or else they'd know what "nice guy" really means.
Here's a hint.
The "nice guy" they selected was a doctor from a well-off family. When Daria met him, she told him the marriage was not going to happen. He didn't care. The whole arrangement was fine by him. Daria believes he was eager for a chance to move to Canada. While no plans were totally solidified, her family did want her to stay in Pakistan with her "husband" until he was ready to immigrate.
"I told my mom -- and dad as well -- I'm not ready for this, I can't. I don't want to be married to this guy. And my mom fell really ill and all my relatives in Pakistan kinda played the guilt card, and I started feeling extremely guilty and responsible for my mom's sickness."