This month I am celebrating 5,840 days of marriage.
In this day and age, that – in and of itself – is a major feat.
On top of that I have spent over sixteen years of my life navigating a binational, intercultural relationship – and more recently also a bicultural family.
If you are married to someone from another culture or “do marriage” while moving across the world every two to four years, you also know what I am talking about.
Being an expat or international couple has as many challenges as it does advantages.
In this two-part series on relationships, I am going to share with you some of my best advice on what an expat or international couple can do to make it work, and make it last.
Check out this four minute video and discover the answer to a key question that can significantly boost your happiness and increase the quality of your relationship.
Your next step is to take the challenge mentioned in the video and get clear on where can start taking more responsibility of your own happiness.
Interested in concrete suggestions on how to nurture your international relationship? Try out these two steps I share in the article, When You Feel a ´Big Talk´ Coming On, Do This First.
Here is to making it work and making it last.
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