You never agree that your expectations are different
When an interracial couple first fall in love, they may think that they would be able to share the same view and vision about the world and their future but as the days go by, they may realise that they don’t view things the same – their beliefs, dreams and histories may be different.
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According to Kathryn Brown Ramsperger, a coach and author who has worked with and loved people of other cultures, “It’s imperative that two people of different races, cultures, nationalities, or ethnicities decide on boundaries, guidelines, and plans.
“What holidays will you celebrate? Will you both bring in income? Will you have children? How will your children be raised–what faith, what schooling, what activities? Who will be with the children during the day? Where will you live?”
Relationship experts say that during discussions about the above and others such as family, religion, and diet, it would be normal to have some arguments along the way as long as they are constructive, otherwise, look elsewhere if you two do not see yourself compromising.