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When people make backhanded comments about your significant other’s race.

"But that doesn’t stop my wife from describing all kinds of people (including me, frequently) as straight-up ’useless,’ including to their faces, and then wondering why these people either get angry or just avoid her." 4.If your dating pool feels too small, it’s time to widen it.The fastest way to do that is by meeting people of different backgrounds.Dating can be awkward enough already when dating people from your culture so you can definitely expect awkward moments when bridging ethnicities.

Take it all in stride and focus on seeing whether your values align, and you feel compatible and positive when you’re together.My dad has practically disowned me and hasn’t spoken to me in six years.

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