In Love But Worlds Apart: Insights, questions, and tips for the intercultural couple
AuthorHouse, 09.06.2008 - 160 Seiten
In love but worlds apart is a self-help book for a man and woman who come from two very different cultural backgrounds and who are considering a life commitment to each other. It shows how and when their differences can be problematic, but also how such a relationship could succeed. This book enables partners to think and talk about their cultural differences (such as in manners, values, worldview, holidays and other customs), and to develop traditions and activities they can enjoy together. Questions to think and talk about, which are cited throughout the book, are again listed in the back for copying and giving to the partner to use. A list of possible priorities of choice is also provided to help partners decide whether or not their relationship could work long-term. For couples who have already begun or decided on an intercultural marriage, reading and doing this book may lessen their shock and frustrations and lead them into a more positive experience.
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Chapter 2 Settling on a Studio location
Chapter 3 Merging the Materials
Chapter 4 Devising the Design
Chapter 5 Creating at the Canvas
To Think And Talk About
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