Dating iranian american men
We, as parents, have the unique opportunity of picking and choosing the best from both cultures and incorporating them into the traditions of our own familiy units.
We can reap from the macro-societies which are Iran and America and utilize these bountiful harvests in the micro sphere of our own homes.
What is important is to always accept the spirit of compromise and look for the good.
Please give us your thoughts and experiences which have enabled or prevented you from being a whole and healthy Iranian-American family.
I am recently married to an American, whose mother is Persian and father is American.
We now have my husband's brother living with us in our home.
All of us MUST compromise and respect the beliefs of each other to be whole and healthy.
If there are individuals among the group who make a harmonious family life impossible, they must be worked around.
I also think that my lack of knowledge in this area may have, at times, permitted me to say or do things that were offensive (although they were not intended to be offensive in the least).
I was hoping there is someone with some insight into this procedure, and in particular the difficulties that may arise from her being a young Iranian woman. Brandon Dear Shohar-Khaleh, I have been dating an Iranian woman for 2 1/2 years.
Unfortunately, we are currently not together, although I am trying to reconcile things.
I have found an acceptance of families by both sides to be of paramount importance in establishing the family as a whole.
No one has to agree or relinquish all of their own beliefs to satisfy another.