Hey Guys, here's an OPEN QUESTION that's on my mind that anybody can answer. This is MAINLY and SPECIFICALLY for people who are currently in INTERRACIAL RELATIONSHIPS or INTERRACIAL MARRIAGES or if it's the case of where you were one before and not in one now and experienced this before, then you can take part in this as well. I want to see your view on it. The question is this:
When it comes to the terms of looking at your relationship or marriage with a person outside of your race from a CULTURAL standpoint and when it comes to the family aspect of it, how do you handle the aspect of trying to fit in or blend in your significant other or partner with your family, with that including your parents, siblings, cousins etc, knowing that both you and them that they are a representation of another culture compared to the one that your partner or significant other was born or raised in?
Or on the terms of yourself, do you sometimes find it difficult to try and blend in and fit in with your significant other or partner's family knowing that you were born and raised in another culture compared to the one of your partners and knowing that they tend to be into things or traditions that your only new to or not really familiar with? If so give examples of how you try and manage or deal with that difficulty
P.S. This can apply to any form of INTERRACIAL RELATIONSHIPS or MARRIAGE IN GENERAL regardless of race, not just BLACK & WHITE, so if it's the case of where you're in this group and not BLACK or WHITE and your in an INTERRACIAL RELATIONSHIP or MARRIED INTERRACIALLY or were in that position before, feel free to comment. I want to know your stance on this too
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Thursday, 5 January 2017
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