You can count on your family acting out…with your partner there…and even more so when they get you alone.
To all the interracial couples out there, I just want to say…I know where you’re coming from.
Our experiences might not necessarily be the same, but I can definitely relate. Before I met my husband, his parents gave him the talk…you know…the one where they tell him that a woman who isn’t Mexican (or at the very least, Latina) isn’t suitable for marriage.
He was told that he could only marry a Latina…period…and it was preferred that she be Mexican.
In my current relationship I couldn’t have found a better man.
He is so grounded and motivated, he wants to provide for his family and give them whatever they could want.
I would like to hear opinions on interracial relationships.
Honestly, I wasn’t even thinking about until I started dating gut with a different skin color than mine. Not only that interracial relationships provide individuals with the unique opportunity to learn, experience, and appreciate different cultures and backgrounds, but also the opportunity to see the beauty in different nationalities and peoples.
I am 14, but I had a serious...(well as serious as they come @ 14) bf, who was african american and my grandma hated it.
Helpful Tools for a Biracial/Interracial Relationship The decision has been made and you plan to pursue a relationship with a person of a different race/culture/ethnicity/religion.
Be realistic about the relationship and think about both challenges and benefits of the relationship.
Do not be naïve there are still people who feel what you are doing is wrong.
Prepare yourself by listing all the challenges you will face and all the benefits you will gain from the relationship.