Dating

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A “Non-Engagement” Engagement – An Offbeat Engagement Story of a Swedish/American and Japanese Couple

Editor´s Note: This gorgeous engagement story was submitted to me in September 2014 but I didn´t have the chance to publish it until now (my apologies, Ri). That means, although the author is oozing about her engagement and upcoming wedding in this article, the couple are already happily married by now. My Japanese fiancé and […]

Long Distance Relationship

Surviving the Distance: How to Nourish Long Distance Relationship

Today we have a treat, a guest post from our good friend Kristy of Amritsar Restaurant and Business Review. Nothing is harder on a relationship than being far apart.

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Interfaith Relationship: I´m Seventh Day Adventist, He´s Hindu, Should I Stay with Him?

Finding the right person within the church is oftentimes difficult for both men and women who come from a church with few members.

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What to Look For in Him or Her – Tips for Choosing Your Future Spouse

“I want to marry only Mr. Right.” was my mantra when I was still single. As if to re-echo my thoughts, I heard my very close (single) male friends say, “I will only marry someone if I know she´s the one”, whenever asked about marriage.

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6 secrets to successful long distance relationship

Most intercultural and interracial relationships are long distance and that’s thanks to online dating and social net working sites, anyone from anywhere in the world have access to this open border relationship.

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My American-Christian best friend is marrying a Ghanaian-Muslim – I’m upset and confused, please advise!

What a best friend can do to support an American friend who’s engaged to marry a Ghanian Muslim albeit confusion.

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Is a third culture kid more likely to succeed or fail in an intercultural relationship?

“If you hate being asked “Where are you from?” chances are, you’re a Third Culture Kid. You’re a global nomad, an international traveler, a wanderlust.”