Article Discussion: The I Dos and Donts of Intercultural Marriage

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April 10, 2009 at 4:14 pm #1551

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March 27, 2016 at 6:34 pm #21753

Miriam Pia

My only offspring is binational. His father and I made it through half our child’s childhood in the same household but not exactly conventionally. We spent years in my country and have now also been dealing with years in the father’s. I am happy about our child’s having this real experience of both his nations and his cultures. I find it tougher to foreign, esp without the full support of the father and other relationships to mitigate dealing with being foreign. I do prefer my own country and all that, but getting to know the other country isn’t inherently bad. It is weird as the guy’s ex-partner rather than partner, probably both worse and better because we live very near to a bunch of them. So I am like the cast-off sort-of relative, but the real immediate relative of my son at the same time. There is some weirdness on both sides amongst the grandparents about the other nationality, but it’s not too bad, I don’t think.

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