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#1 AsianBeauties



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Posted 15 December 2011 - 02:52 PM

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If you're dating someone from another culture and it's serious, what's the best and successful way to introduce the parents to each other? :)

#2 Heart_Break_Kid



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Posted 19 December 2011 - 03:55 PM

I thought meeting my girlfriend's family was hard, luckily we were of the same culture so it was easier in that respect.

The key to meeting other cultures is to show interest in said culture. For instance, I have a christian friend who would never speak about my god, or religon or even wish me anything on our festivals simply because my religon is "WRONG" and his is "RIGHT". So a person like him, i would not want around my daughter lol.

Now, you are allowed to have your own views, but the objective is to show that you are not closed minded and that you will be open to their cultural customs too. If you read up on their culture, you can ask certain questions to help build conversation, AND if you don't know anything, thats fine too. Just ask questions, show that you care about listening to what they have to say. Once they see you respect their culture, they will respect you, and then your culture.

Goodluck with it. Be brave, go strong, and trust me, meeting the parents isnt so bad. Look to the mom for support especially! lol.

#3 Andrew Wilson

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Posted 20 February 2012 - 06:53 AM

You should first make your parents familiar with your lover's great achievements, if any or you should make good impression of your lover in front of your parents. Then start a discussion, that you love him/her.

This is the way that i choose, but if that would not work in your case then taking some relationship advice from an expert is not a bad idea.

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