Build Understanding of Each Others Culture

If you’re reading this, you’re probably marrying into another culture, something that you may not have experienced in life, or at the very least every day in life. What’s different about your future spouse can add such a broad understanding, curiosity and compassion to your life, making it easier to understand and accept others. Where can you start:

• Talk about meals, what they look like, the time of year they happen and what makes them feel so special

• Share what makes holidays special for you and your family of origin

• Make time to understand the communication dynamics, spending most of the time observing rather than speaking

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