Marriage With Two Different Cultures
posted on November 7, 2017
Having a marriage with two different cultures is becoming more and more common. If you are married or engaged to someone from a different country there might be some differences you’ll need to learn about each other and the culture. Embrace the opportunity, appreciate these differences and understand and respect each other’s differences.
This article goes over
- Learning more about the culture
- Overcome challenges
- Bilingual children
- Help your spouse feel at home
- Maintain contact with family
- When possible, travel together
- Legality and staying in one country
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