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I have learned so much about England from living with Lee, from the little details of how to make a proper cup of tea to the bigger societal attitudes and culture.
Like a fish is not aware of the water that it swims in, your own culture is so normal to you that you don’t even notice the little quirks of it.
That’s exactly what happened to me when I studied abroad in Granada, Spain last spring and, BOY, do I wish I had someone warn me that such a romance isn’t all rainbows and butterflies.
I wouldn’t trade in my experience for the world, but I want to share some of the darker sides of falling in love abroad that no one talks about. I met a fantastic guy, I became fluent in Spanish from constantly conversing with my novio and his friends and family in their language.
As much as I love reading those stories, from my own years spent in Spain I have learned that dating abroad is not all sunshine and fairytales, and it has been idealized online far too often.
From her own experiences, our contributor breaks it down for all of those starry-eyed youngsters hoping to fall in love while abroad.
Traditional forms of communication rely heavily on nonverbal language, such as body language, facial expressions and tone of voice.When a doe and her fawn were in our garden last summer in Victoria, Lee ran for the camera and posted the photos straight to Facebook.Long-distance relationships that cross international borders bring with them a specific set of challenges.In a long-distance relationship, these additional forms of communication are often missing, making it very important to communicate effectively and clearly.Always try to say what you mean, and mean what you say.