Dating someone from another country
No pressure because it’s just a traveler fling, and you know it wouldn’t work out in real life anyways.44. Not resenting someone who wasn’t ready to make those sacrifices.48. The novelty of dating someone of a different country or race.50.
Assumptions that either person has a “fetish” for a certain race or culture.45. Understanding that love sees no color, feels no borders, hears no accent, and tastes nothing but sweet sweet kisses of trust, friendship, and passion.
Moments from friends and family of “Oh, I know someone from [insert country or race America, Germany, Australia, Mexico etc.]” because like your significant other knows everyone from their country and race.21. Disapproving words or stares from people who don’t believe in interracial or cross-cultural dating.23.
Wondering what would have happened if you did live in the same city.43.
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How many travel and expat bloggers out there have wonderfully successful international relationships that they are more than happy to share with the world?
Then, while studying abroad in Ghana in 2012, I had a Ghanaian girlfriend. Thanks to these experiences, I’ve learned that there are a lot of benefits when you date someone in a language you're hoping to learn (I call this your “target language”). Luckily, I’ve learned from my mistakes and I am here to share my secrets.
From her own experiences, our contributor breaks it down for all of those starry-eyed youngsters hoping to fall in love while abroad.You’ve found someone who makes your heart flutter, and you want to get to know them better. ” Many language learners struggle with accountability.