The problems interracial dating
Chiming in with my two cents: Brenton and Chung are on the money - there's not much of a difference from a regular relationship, as both parties are bringing their particular problems to the plate.
I am 14, but I had a serious...(well as serious as they come @ 14) bf, who was african american and my grandma hated it.But as with roller coasters, you don't always go up. In addition to the usual relationship struggles and conflicts, interracial dating has its own set of struggles and conflicts that really challenges the couple involved.And this will continue following them from the day they go on their first date to the days after they exchange vows and tie the knot.For God's sake, don't make the "Guess Who's Coming To Dinner? Being in a relationship is like riding a rollercoaster.It starts off slow and pleasant, and you can somewhat enjoy it. The next thing you know, you're going up and down, then sideways and up again and down again, and then you're upside down and then right side up, and so on and so forth.First my parents started complaining, than my friends. We are finally learning that the outer shell of a person does not change who they are on the inside.
I believe that interracial relationships strengthen individuals and build harmony between different races. My Grandma is completely racist..doesnt approve at all of my sister ,24,...is marrying an African American Man, also 24, In May...
This is largely due to the fact that for the most part I'm ethnically enigmatic, so depending on who you ask I'm some kind of white, Asian, or interracial byproduct myself.
Dating within my culture, I've been hit with some of the negativity that arises from being slightly more on the tan side than my partners - which became an issue because somewhere someone in the family would always raise the concern regarding the skin coloring of any future children we'd hypothetically produce.
Therefore, we are called to get to know individuals and avoid jumping to conclusions based on the color of one’s skin.
I am extremely thankful for John Piper’s labors on the topic of interracial marriage.
What follows is me speaking from my point of view, which is a culmination of my upbringing and experiences.