LIFE - Valentine Post "Dating Someone Of A Different Race"

by - Saturday, February 20, 2010

I just realized that today is enough 1 week from a valentine day. Some people asking about my valentine post. It's not that I don't want to do, but I believe that it will become a emo post =.="

190920091969
Love is a wonderful thing. Especially if it's with the right person. I tried to have but it's failed. After almost a year I failed, I met another people. The same things happened again and because the same issue... Race!

chimpanzee
This feeling can never be rushed. Or even bought. Love is a feeling that happens naturally. The most important thing to remember is that love should and always be unconditionally. When it comes to dating, it is never an easy thing. Especially if it happens to be an interracial relationship.

Let me first say, for me that it doesn't matter what race your partner is. What really matters is what kind of person they are. All things aside, dating someone of another race is should be no different then dating someone of the same race. For me the best thing you can do is to get to know their culture. Show them that you care about every aspect of them. If you take the time to know your partner, the more you find the love that you have grow stronger. I know that not every relationship is perfect. Never has. Never will. But if you keep in mind why you love the person you are with, most things can be worked out. Now with someone of a different culture, things may take a little more effort. Hence why I said to take the time to get to know your partner. Not every culture will most likely see eye to eye.

monkey_valentinecolour
When dating someone of a different race, different culture or different faith, there are rational decisions that everyman and woman has to make. You can ask advice from others about what you should do, but ultimately if you are going to be with this person for the rest of your life, you should be the one to make the final decision on what is right for you as an individual, as a couple and as future parents, if you plan to have children.
Thanks Edmund & Seakin for always help me.

Dating someone from a different race, different culture, different ethnicity and different faith opens doors for interracial, intercultural and interfaith exploration and helps foster a meeting ground between people of different races, cultures, ethnic and faith backgrounds.

monkey_love
The most important thing is that you understand that dating is only an exploratory process; the person you ultimately choose to have a relationship with should be someone who you feel mentally, emotionally and sexually attracted to, have a lot in common including your vision for the future and can grow together with psychologically and spiritually in an adult-to-adult relationship.

coffee love
I happen to be in a relationship with a wonderful woman from a different race. She speaks fluent malay even though she is not malay. She help me a lot in my malay language. I trued to know all about her and I am doing all that I can to learn about her culture and way of life. I want to try to avoid fights were things are said out of anger. My advice would be for you to go take a walk. Once you said something hurtful, it can't be taken back. Think before you say.

I lazy to think about it anymore & let me move forward and I still have a lot of friend who support me. I hope can find a happiness around myself...
I tired to hopping, dreaming & thinking.

Adherence to certain religious practices will not necessarily create a loving and fulfilling relationship but without a spiritual connection it will be hard to sustain the relationship in the long term. If you decide individually or separately to practice a particular religion, make sure it's not a one-person decision but something you both have discussed exhaustively.

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