Perhaps people are staring because they consider you a particularly attractive couple.Perhaps people are staring because they applaud you for being in a mixed relationship or belong to a mixed couple themselves.
As if that weren’t already awesome news, she’s got more excitement on the way. That just in itself makes me feel a lot more confident and a lot more safe. Adam and I, we haven’t lived together, so we’re going through that right now. He’s moving into my place and one of the main things that we’re going through right now is that I don’t want him to feel like a visitor. We’re kind of going through the transition where you say “my place” and then you’re like, “no, wait, it’s our place.” Plus, saying “my husband”, that feels amazing too. When Adam and I did our first dance, because we did a really funny one. I have naturally curly hair, but a lot of my ex boyfriends always liked it straight. I don’t ever want him to think that he’s not getting everything at home -- love, attention, encouragement, a meal.
Question to ask yourself before committing: Do we share the same views on monogamy, marriage and children?
Before you take that leap into a serious committed relationship, here are some questions to ask yourself.
It can be an intimidating experience, even when meeting the most accepting of families.
In an interracial relationship, meeting the parents can be even scarier as you anticipate potential objections, disapproval or awkward questions.