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Cross cultural dating advice

Published: 19.01.2018

Best of luck, and hope there is a wedding in the future. I needed a job and personally needed to no longer feel like an outsider looking in.

So you've fallen for a guy from a different country? A few super awesome and occasionally awkward things you can expect from cross cultural dating.

Your partner is undoubtedly more engaging and interesting than any international newspaper, so instantly she becomes your new source of information when it comes to learning about her home country.

And of course, pigs can carry trichinosis. Inevitably, there will be challenges that crop up during the engagement and marriage. I'm puzzled why people aren't willing to take a chance and date someone who they might be interested in. What I've learned thus far from my trials and tribulations in cross-cultural dating boils down to patience.

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Sure, sometimes, it can have its moments: Once you get past all the newlywed or seven years of it fighting you can be quite happy not to say one isn't happy earlier; however it's not as peaceful when you are going through the growing pains.

You may not understand everything something he or she does, but you should try to appreciate your sweetie for who they are. If you believe that there is no bigger issue in the picture other than your differences in traditions, I don't see a reason to get out.

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