Redeeming Love. Why We Got Married, Divorced, and Married Again.

Redeeming Love.  Why We Got Married, Divorced, and Married Again. An Interview with Sheryl Parbhoo I connected with author, writer, and podcast creator, Sheryl Parbhoo via social media. We chatted over the phone like fast friends. Immediately her surreal love story caught me off guard, and she agreed to do this intimate and no holds …

Unconventional Love- Interracial/Intercultural Marriage: Caucasian Woman And Nepalese Man

Unconventional Love Interracial/Intercultural Marriage: Caucasian Woman And Nepalese Man “Being in an interracial and intercultural marriage in the U.S. during such a divisive, and sometimes totally dark time in terms of racial injustices and blatant xenophobia is taxing and illuminating.” About Us Hi everyone! We are Lauren and Dipesh.  Lauren is Caucasian, and she was …

12 Ways To Help A Child Learn About Culture

12 Ways To Help A Child Learn About Culture “Culture is everything from the food, drink, language, and clothing that a specific group of people wear.” Our biracial (African-American and Indian-American) daughter absolutely loves the cartoon, Max, and Ruby.  The other day when we were watching it, the character Ruby, in her somewhat all-knowing and …

Unexpected Love. East Africa Meets East India. Interracial/Intercultural Marriage: African Woman And Indian Man

Unexpected Love. East Africa Meets East India. Interracial/Intercultural Marriage: African Woman and Indian Man “Color is the only difference.  We all belong to one race, we are apart of the human race.” About Us Hi, everyone we are Nash and Biswajit Behera.  I, Nash am African, and my husband, Biswajit is Indian. Where Are You …

Teaching A Multicultural Child About Holi

Teaching A Multicultural Child About Holi   Raising a Multicultural & Biracial Child My husband’s parents are from Northern India, and they are Hindu.  They came to the United States from India in the 1960s. The preservation of their culture here in the U.S. is imperative to them. And it is also of the utmost …

UNEXPECTED EXPECTATIONS IN PARIS—RAISING MULTICULTURAL KIDS IN FRANCE

UNEXPECTED EXPECTATIONS IN PARIS RAISING MULTICULTURAL KIDS IN FRANCE Guest post by: Amanda Otto, edited by: Caroline Sandiford   “The theme of our relationship from the start has been, “Jump in and worry about the details later…” I think this must be true for many relationships, but international romances also involve: very long distances, language …