Nuances when Choosing a Foreign Partner

  • Ladies and gentlemen, to live together is a test of the endurance, the strength of relationships, the authenticity of feelings, etc. But living jointly with a representative of other countries is a double burden. This post was created to prepare all readers to possible events or situations in your life with your foreign half.

    The Language Barrier
    Foreign language, how would you knew is still strange to you. Yes, surely you will get used to it, hone skills and so on, but it will happen not soon, or maybe even never happen. I have a friend who lives with her husband in the United States about 10 years old and a heart to heart talk she obtained only when she comes home. Everyone seems to be that it is very easy and straightforward, and you can communicate in any language for the sake of love. Yes, you can. No one disputes the fact of spectral features, but the truth remains the truth. A language barrier exists. If the person has no language skills, he will be fighting this barrier forever. And it's not the lyrics, not a fantasy, but the fact that it can actually be a serious challenge for many people. You should decide where are you going to live with your partner. Don't watch the living standards because the standard of living does not depend on geography. The standard of living depends on the brain multiplied by hard work multiplied by will. And if you speak the language poorly for the time you have the first child, then oooh, there will no place for romantic at all.

     

    Mentality
    In general, all people are different. Everywhere. On the same street in the city of Chautauqua lives three families with diametrically opposing views and attitudes.
    Each nationality has own characteristics. In Europe, people are very tolerated. But Slavonic people are too fair to be tolerated. In Europe, it is necessary to respect the minority. But Slavonic people live without these minorities. We don't have fashion on gays, etc. In Holland, as I remember, wanted to legalize pedophilia (if they did it or not, I haven't overlooked, frankly speaking). And there are many samples of differences.
    Of course, I can hear the comments that this is nonsense, but it's a nonsense just in words. Life is harder than in words. From the side, the sea is always on the knee, but when you're faced with a specific situation with an eye for an eye, you are quite differently behaving. There are traditions, customs, rituals, etc. - it is also a separate piece of work on oneself.

     

    Documentation
    Contents - this is one side of the coin. Registration of the papers proving legal residence, etc. - well, ok. Got married - formalized relations, well done, no questions. But if one day you decide to get divorced, and it will not happen for a civilian scenario where all behave obediently and politely, quietly, generously and without solving issues of mutual, then you expect an incredible journey through the court proceedings. And not in one sitting, but for a long and tedious way (since the judicial system is a little ambiguous).

     

    Meeting with Parents
    Yes. In any case, what would you have overgrown and were no longer independent, hiding your half from mom and dad will not work until retirement. And there is no guarantee that they will like your different girl or guy. It might be challenging for them, and such position may influence on you.

    But, in general, dear all, the true love knows no boundaries, no barriers. Nevertheless, be aware that international marriages are not only "yes, I would die for him ...." or "I would die for her ...." International marriages (and, in principle, any unions) means work-work-work and a hard work again. But in the last case, there are some juicy moments that should be considered. Thank you.

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  • <i>Deleted Member</i>
    Deleted Member "The standard of living depends on the brain multiplied by hard work multiplied by will" - This opinion is outdated. Hard work is not a mandatory component of quality of life. It shows or lack of education or the voluntary choice of a way of life.
    June 16, 2016 - delete
  • <i>Deleted Member</i>
    Deleted Member Mentality
    "In Europe, it is necessary to respect the minority. But Slavonic people live without these minorities." - The author does not speak the truth. The author introduces the reader to mislead deliberately or not deliberately. The author co...  more
    June 16, 2016 - delete
  • <i>Deleted Member</i>
    Deleted Member Mentality
    "In Europe, it is necessary to respect the minority. But Slavonic people live without these minorities." - The author does not speak the truth. The author introduces the reader to mislead deliberately or not deliberately. The author co...  more
    June 16, 2016 - delete
  • Chinchilla
    Chinchilla I think You like me.)
    June 16, 2016