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“Dating out, marrying out?” Dating outside your race, ethnicity, culture, or “class”, have long had stigmas tied to them. June 12, 2016, commemorates the 49th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court decision Loving vs. Virginia. A decision that overturned all laws prohibiting interracial marriage. Since that time, interracial/intercultural dating and marriages have been on the incline. With a growing acceptance, and changing social norms, many are finding themselves dating and marrying someone of a different race. It has become deemed as a good for society. Given this, how are the dynamics of interracial/intercultural dating similar or different to dating of someone of the same race? Are you curious? Are you considering dating someone of a different race/ethnicity? After you get past the novelty of being in an interracial/intercultural relationship what comes next? Are you thinking about marriage etc.? Do you want to understand the cultural expectations of being in this type of relationship? If so, this book will provide you with the intimate detailing’s of dating and being married to a person of Indian descent. You can expect this book to be your guidebook on the particulars of an interracial/intercultural relationship. Equipped with a plethora of advice, humor, and lessons learned mantras, as you filter through the pages of the book you won’t want to put it down. As you learn about: The ultimate guide to meeting the Parents A Guide to Indian Clothing Disowned and tips for overcoming being Disowned Cultural Clashes and advice for handling them Creating a cultural fusion and more.



Do you daily question, when will I be promoted? Should I stay with my current employer?Have you ever wondered what if I left to find another job so that I could get that well deserved and earned promotion along with all the much needed financial benefits? Are you tired of the status quo in your career and life? Eager to grown in your career but you have to wait in line? Wait for someone to retire or to get promoted so that you can finally go to the next step in your career. Yet you are ready now? You are dedicated, talented, driven, and renowned at your profession and you deserve more. If so, then this book will provide you with the tools to grow in your professional development on your own terms. Written with wisdom and humor, this book is a call to action for individual career and life growth. Habits of Successful Career Nomads is destined to change the way you view your career and life. It beckons you to ask yourself if you are ready to take your career into your own hands and if so it will provide you with a road map. This book will provide you with first hand experiences and practical advice on:-Deciding if you are ready to find your next job-Steps to pursuing your next job.-Reaching and working with recruiters and H.R. (a sample letter included).-A how to on building connections in your industry.-Building a resume suited to your next job.-How to create the coveted cover letter.-Superstar Interviewing and more. This is the ultimate career hack and life hack book for career, financial, and personal growth. “Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” Ralph Waldo Emerson


Joselyn and Amit are children that belong to two worlds, and two different but beautiful cultures. Growing up, they could choose to assimilate into American culture completely, or they could choose to embrace their multicultural heritage. They both decide to celebrate the richness of their multicultural (Indian and American) identities. This book is a celebration of culture and multicultural identity through food from chicken nuggets and chicken pakora, to cheese curds and paneer tikka, etc. Find yourself immersed in a delightful children’s book that explores the gift of being a masala or a multicultural child, all while you enjoy learning some Hindi and English too. I love masala me is a simple story that encourages children not to shun being different but to love it. In today’s diverse and divisive climate, self-love, acceptance, and inclusion are of the utmost importance, and what better way to convey this message than through food.


This collection of over 50 real stories by real people will show you that interracial love can stand the test of time. It details the multitude of challenges that interracial couples have to work and prevail through while also discussing the reality of being a person of mixed-race heritage. These stories will make you laugh and cry, they will inspire, and most of all, they will show you that love is not only beautiful, it is powerful.

Whether you’re interested in learning about traditional Indian clothing or are looking for quick tips for buying Indian attire for the whole family, you’re in the right place. Keep this quick guide handy for use when you are planning to attend your next Indian function. This guide is intended to provide you with the must-know details (what, when, how, and why) when it comes to Indian clothing.

Your heart is pounding, and you feel like you are on cloud nine when you are with him or her. This person inspires you, encourages you, and makes you feel like you can conquer the world. And when you are together, it is as if it is just the two of you. You have met the person of your dreams that you can talk to for hours on end. You can’t wait to see them and hear their voice again. They get you, and you get them. Yet, for some reason, these feelings can become overshadowed by their race or culture being different than your own-fear, anxiety, and thoughts of “what if” start to consume you.

While interracial relationships and marriages are becoming more commonplace, they are often met with a myriad of challenges. The thought of discussing this topic can easily make you feel claustrophobic. What will my parents think? What if my parents don’t accept him/her? What will our community say? We traditionally have arranged marriages in my family. What do I say? How do I say it? I don’t want to disappoint or shame them. I love him. I love her. Is our love enough? These questions and sentiments are real. This eBook was put together to help you actively broach this topic and to engage your parents/family about your interracial relationship.

Multicultural Favorites At Amazon

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