Start Dating a guy of a different race

Dating a guy of a different race

I'd have to say that only the strongest people, the most determined to open their mind and spirit to someone very, very different should even attempt interracial dating.

A couple embarking on an interracial partnership must prepare themselves for curious stares and racist comments you have never before experienced. If you are not a strong person - mentally and emotionally - then interracial dating is best avoided.

Those of you that feel insecure and need the approval of others to be okay about your choices will find an interracial relationship to be a source of great stress and confusion.

Your mate may experience things that you never have due to his or her language/accent, ethnicity or race.

Loving them will mean you do all you can to understand that not everyone has had the experiences, privileges or even the problems that you have!

These people will question your motivation for pursuing a mixed-race relationship.

Though attraction is certainly a personal issue of taste, I caution readers to stop and think about your choice and why you are making it.

If your family has reservations about your mate, don't assume to know why, ask them!

Get clear on their precise reasons for feeling that this person isn't right for you.

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Our joy in our relationships, ANY relationship, must come from the surprise and delight of finding someone we have a spiritual, mental and emotional connection to. Choosing someone to love and someone to care about you should be your first priority, not race.

Love To Know Dating would like to thank Deborrah Cooper for taking the time to do this interview.