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It was kind of annoying at first, but I didn’t let any of that get to me. The way I see it, when people get out of their way just to criticise others’ relationships, it’s because their own relationship sucks and are unhappy themselves. 2) People will always view your foreigner partner according to their own perspective To add on to the last point, people will always view the foreigner in a relationship according to their own understanding and well, stereotype. She’s my girlfriend.” And even that reply alone is shocking to some, evoking a, “Haha please lah, dude.” However, I find that it’s something common around here, that’s why girls dating white dudes are called Sarong Party Girls. Okay so many people like to ask, “How do you trust her? Ignorance is always part of trust because you can’t be with him or her 24/7.
If you’re happy with somebody, that’s all that matters. I accept that ignorance is part of trust and that’s that.
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So I’ve been with my girlfriend for over two years now. It was pretty mind-opening to see the way people lived there. But whatever the case, when there’s a will, there’s a way. Check out his free book, 12 Things Happy People Don’t Give a F**k About.
5) You’ll learn of each other’s different cultures and that is amazing In this blog post I detailed the first time I met her parents, in the countryside of Thailand. It could be harder if she was from Europe or something. Alden Tan is a writer who graduated from NUS and is now doing the whole “quit my job to follow a dream” thing as he blogs about honest and real stories.