How To Date Someone From Another Culture

July 19, 2013 ‐ By Julia Austin
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As if love doesn’t naturally come with enough obstacles, falling in love with someone of a different culture has even more. But you can’t help whom you fall in love with, including a foreigner with different ways of thinking. But you can take steps to relate to them and make things work. Here’s how!

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  • Dee

    IHM where are you?

  • ImaniJemilahJones

    How To Date Someone From Another Culture: Don’t.

    • Clara

      Why not?

  • kb

    Umm when someone is learning a language, is OK to correct them. Only Americans think this is rude.

  • Kam

    Can’t with the 15 clicks. They need to contact Huffpost, and a lot of other online publications to see who set their slideshows up and ask if they can help out. That being said, if your going to date/marry someone from another culture keep and open mind, and enjoy the experience. I married a Black/Mediterranean man, and the Mediterranean side is entertaining and interesting to say the least.

  • Charlene25

    Haha good article. Especially about the jealous females. I’m Jamaican and my boyfriend is Persian and some look at me like I killed their pet. :-p

  • L-Boogie

    Be open-minded and enjoy the ride.

  • http://neolovesoulchild.wordpress.com/ Crystal

    Simple, learn as much as you can from them. Ask questions if you dont understand something. And spend time with his/her family and friends when the chance comes your way. Trying their food helps also. Sorry I couldnt take clicking through 15 pages of this.

    • Yanez

      I saw 15 pages and just went straight to the comment section. That is just too much. Please find a more user friendly way to prove how much traffic your site gets. @Crystal I agree with you 100%. If you want a lasting relationship be interesting in learning all aspects of who they are. That should set a solid foundation.