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What Makes Cross Cultural Relationships Work
Love can happen to anyone at anytime. Love knows no boundaries. While it's easier to uphold some relationships, a few take more effort. The level of difficulty rises particularly, when you are all set to tie nuptial knots with someone who is from a distinct culture than yours. This necessarily does not suggest that you should be afraid. Such relationships are sensitive and call for greater understanding and a cautious dealing. Abide by the suggestions given towards working out a great cross cultural relationship.
Learn about your spouse's culture. This is perhaps the most apparent thing to do if you wish to make your cross cultural relationship to work. Get to know more about their culture. Begin from basic things like food habits, dressing style, festivals and the like.
It's also critical for you to learn about the religious practices of your partner's culture. After all, most people are pretty sentimental about their religion and so, it's crucial that you take an interest in it as well. For instance, particular religions condemn smoking. So, if you are a smoker, you may have to say no to smoking to make your relationship work.
Attempt to fend off all myths that your partner has about your faith and clarify your doubts too. Do not think of each other's culture based on your pre concieved ideas. Talk facts about your cultures more often, this will let you and your other half understand each other's culture better. Learn to overlook petty troubles lest it begins taking toll on your bond.
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