The problems associated with cross cultural relationship slightly differ from that of regular relationship. It’s a whole new ball game, a completely different mine field rigged with so much uncertainty. There usually a million and one question in your heart from the very first day the relationship officially begins. These questions are mostly related to background, culture, family, interests, citizenship, and the like. They are not the conventional questions you ask yourself in a typical relationship with a person of the same race.
“Familiar race, familiar problems… different race, different problems”
Now you find yourself in this new relationship and in the process of trying to adjust, trying to learn to compromise, trying… and then it’s over! Yes this happens to the best of us, I perfectly understand. Now this is how to get your ex back. What you should know is this that was a test run…
When a boxer gets knocked down they don’t stay down. You are not always going to get it right the first time. You have an advantage now, experience, so you now know not to make certain mistakes. It would also greatly help to study your ex’s culture, who where they are from, how the men and women are like. This would help you understand what they are accustomed to and also enable you communicate better.
You can hold better conversations when you know each other’s history, culture, interest and temperament. Listen to then more instead of going on about your own life. Sometimes you could go completely out of your own books and do something new, irregular, attempt to enjoy their own culture, music, language, accent, movies or anything that you are sure they enjoy doing. Once you are ready to adjust or attempt these crazy new ideas then you are ready to get back with your ex.