Dating styles in germany
” –Sandra and Brett “One thing we can’t agree on, though, is when to celebrate Christmas.
Thankfully, Tobias lets me have our Christmas tree up all December long.
In a series called Heartbeats on Deutschland.de, sixteen bi-national couples have shared their stories and offered advice for others in cross-cultural relationships.
Check out the videos below: Okay, you learned how to introduce yourself, say where you come from and how old you are in German.
I now believe that Brett and I are probably more Australian/German than I thought we would be.
For example, trying to be on the safe side all the time and planning well ahead really is quite a German trait.
The most beautiful thing now is that we are both discovering new things about each other’s cultures and that excites us so much.” –Jasmine and Roland “As the age old saying goes, communication is the most important thing in any relationship.
If these criteria are met you are in for a world of cross-cultural delights, learning all about the others wonderful and mysterious land, which I have found gives you a lot more to talk about than a regular couple.” –Amelie and Dean Many bi-national couples have to deal with long periods of separation: whether it be while waiting for a visa to come through or before one person decides to uproot and move across the globe.