According to the Census Bureau, “one in five married households has at least one spouse who was born outside the United States. Three states and the District of Columbia have 12% or more households where one spouse is American-born and the other is not”. The Census Bureau reported 21% of married households in the… Read More Intercultural Marriages: How to Make It Work
There are some common questions couples ask when they are unsatisfied with their relationships. Q.: I am in intercultural marriage and I’ve never stopped loving my wife. We ‘ve been married for three years, however, I can’t understand what she is going through and she doesn’t take my pleas for her to see… Read More Can Marriage Counseling help me? Q&A
A good marriage requires respect for differences. In intercultural relationships, respect and tact are essential to prevent misunderstanding. Even with the best intentions, misunderstandings often happen. Approaching this with humor, we can say that, if relationships between dogs are complicated, relationships between cats and dogs are more complicated. Couples who are nervous about their obvious cultural differences may… Read More Intercultural Relationships= Cat + dog ?