March 19, 2007 5:36am CST
Is it better to marry someone of same cultural background.
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6 responses
@samrat16 (2442)
• India
20 Mar 07
Yes, it becomes simple for a girl if she has married person from same cultural background. Else life is little tough for intercaste married girls escpecially living in joint families . Entire atmosphere is different and becomes hard for to cope with the situation .
@Asylum (48278)
• Manchester, England
19 Mar 07
This is really a matter of personal choice, although I would imagine that in most cases it would be helpful. Marriage is a partnership in life, and it certainly helps to have a lot in common with the person that you are intending to spend the rest of your life with.
• India
19 Mar 07
Dont know if it is better, but it would definitely be easier, and no major adjustments in lifestyles would have to be made,especially dealing with family.
• Niger
19 Mar 07
Better...hmmmm I'll say yes,but this way life is just monotone, you'll not learn anything apart of what you have already known about (same language,same way of dressing,same way of dancing :) same religion,same food...) then they'll be no challenge in the couple. But if the couple is a mixed one,the couple life will be everyday a new and different one,because every single moment you share with your partner you discover new things.Life will be more excited for both partner,and the desire to make your partner feel comfortable will make you accept his/her culture . I personally like challenge,learning and discovering new culture other than mine just excited me.
@Gwapako_28 (2142)
• Philippines
19 Mar 07
If you marry somebody you it doesnt mind of the same cultural background. True love understand everything and can bear anything. The important of marrying somebody is the love you have for each other. And how you understand about the word commitment itself. And marriage is not a game or a food that if you are hurt, you just simply quit. Its a lidetime and sacred. So be sure, you know what you are doing!
@ironstruck (2299)
• Canada
19 Mar 07
It might be safer, but I don't know if it is better or not. It might be a little boring and a bit narrow minded as well. All you spend your life in the same little cocoon you grew up in. I guess that is good for some.