As long as the couples are fine with it and want to explore themselves more, there’s nothing wrong in it. But of course, having open relationship should be explicitly agreed between the couple, otherwise it might leave one of them disappointed. Taking everything serious sometimes can be a pressure :side:
The relationship with foreign people can be tough sometimes, mostly due to the distance, which is the biggest obstacle on the way to happy life together. I personally feel, that if you know for sure, that this is your person, you can rise the question of living together, for sooner or later you will have to talk about it. It's not an easy thing to decide, but at least try to, and then everything will be fine.
Berlin is one of the most gay friendly places in Europe. It is quite normal to see male couples holding hands or kissing, at least in around the centre of Berlin. It is possible that there might be some prejudice around the edges in areas like Hellersdorf or Marzahn but they arent areas you would go by mistake they are out in the sticks. In Berlin you've got lots and lots of queer people who have moved to be in Germany's biggest city. There are loads of bars, cafes and clubs here, many of them centered in Schoeneberg, the traditional gay neighbourhood, but many also in Kreuzberg, Prenzlauerberg and Mitte. Those in Schoeneberg tend to be a bit more German and a bit more older than say in the more international and trendy areas like Kreuzberg, Prenzlauerberg or Mitte, but of course there are exceptions. English is almost never a problem in the gay scene anywhere in Berlin.
Entering into a romantic relationship with a man who hails from a foreign country can make for an exciting, cross-cultural experience ― but there are some inherent challenges to this type of arrangement, as well. Here are a few ways to make the most of your multinational dating experience.Anticipate Sporadic Contact.if your partner resides outside the Americas, then you’ll have to contend with the age-old issue of time zone differences. Learn Your Partner’s Language.Think about it this way: if you’re serious about the relationship, then at some point you’ll have to visit your partner’s home country and converse with his or her friends, coworkers, and relatives. Make Face-to-Face Time Count.Let’s assume for a second that you’re not a millionaire and your employer only allots a few weeks of annual vacation time.Encourage Reciprocity Dating a foreigner often requires you to go above and beyond, but there’s no reason why you should be doing all the heavy lifting. If you’re the only one who is initiating conversation or suggesting a meet-up, then odds are your partner is floundering on the arrangement, if not irrevocably disinterested.
When you are in a relationship with someone from a different country, you may have legal issues to deal with, regarding your or his working and residential status. Plus if you plan to have children, you should look into what their status would be and what rights each parent has.It’s hard enough to make any relationship work. Dating someone from another country can be even more challenging. Both partners need to have a lot of patience, not just with language problems but with all the other differences that will arise. If either of you can't accept the differences and problems, then it won’t work.
In my opinion it is a difficult situation, but if you really love that guy, your love shouldn't have boards. Each of you anyway will have to sacrifice something for the other one and change his usual lifestyle. As for me you are in interesting and difficult situation at the same time. At first you should talk about it and only then to decide something. You should count all pros and cons, all your personal advantages and advantages of the country where which of you live then you should find all minuses according to the same scheme and than you will see the answer. Everything is easy. you need just a piece of paper and pen.
You should meet together, and decide what will be the best decision for both of you. I mean, you have to decide what is the best place for living together, in your country, or in his country. But there also may be the second variant, your partner may have no similar future plans about you.
you know, Frequent meetings are the best way to keep the relationship. How these frequent visits are useful? Will they help to maintain and develop your long-distance relationship? Many couples do live separately for a variety of reasons: work, place of residence, military service, dating on the Internet. Being in different cities, different countries, on different continents - you are constantly nervous, thinking about whatever your loved one what he does, who he is now and what he is doing. When you can not communicate in person, it causes you emotional and moral discomfort. In addition, the prolonged presence of the distance cool feeling and passion. For couples that are reasonably related to such a situation, frequent visits can be very useful and effective way to save their relationship, as they realize that there are certain circumstances that separate them. I also have ong time relations with one foreigner, it was fiificult for us and broke up.
What difference does it make,is it a foreigner or your native one?The main thing you have to ask yourself is what are your feelings towards this person?Do you want him to stay in your life longer or do you want him to just disappear?If you love this guy-go ahead,make the first step,or you might just lose him.Or he can take the first one-just make sure his feelings about you are the same.It's a real serious step,I know that,but if you are truly sure and confident about your future together-don't waste a minute,just go for it!Good luck! ;)
Well, that is really a problem. On the one hand you do spent time together and as I understood you like him a lot and that is great. It means you cherish these relationships. And if you care for the man then the relations are worth to be fought for! But if you ask whether to stay with a person, it means that you are not sure in him. That is why, first of decide, do you really want to spend the rest of your life with him and only then decide either to stay of break up with him. If I were you and I loved a guy, I'd surely stayed and foud some way out.
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