Esl conversation questions dating and relationships
Huh every point rings a bell…got divorced after living in his coutry for 9 years.
Aside from getting used to living with one another, we had overarching cultural differences to deal with which could really wear us down and test our marriage. Even though my husband feels very comfortable here in the States, he still doesn’t feel 100 percent at home.
Even today we hit cultural nuances that test our boundaries. Not only do others treat him as a foreigner, no matter how hard he tries, this country will just never hold the same degree of comfort as his country of origin. Ever since my husband and I have been together vacations have taken on a whole new meaning: Visiting family.
Two girls, 8 and 5, moving with me to my original country, and daddy is moving to a third country to work.
Daddy remains on skype and will come sometimes …poor kids.