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My boyfriend, on the other hand, was raised Greek-Orthodox, and his parents are first-generation American.
While my boyfriend is an incredible human on his own, his culture is amazing in its own ways.
When you get serious with someone and talk about your futures together, religion and culture always play a roll.
The best part about this kind of relationship is that you create your own mini culture.
I've fallen in love with my soulmate who's from a completely different world than I am from.
My boyfriend's grandparents, while they do know English, speak Greek as their native tongue.My grandmother once told me, "When you're looking for a life partner, it's best to date someone who's Jewish."Why?"Because it's one less thing to fight about."The waters of romance can be rough, and avoiding the iceberg of "What religion will we raise our children as? As much as I love my wild and crazy grandmother, I never listened to this specific piece of wisdom.After being together for some time, I downloaded Greek-learning apps on my phone for weeks, practicing greetings and conversational words.Learning their native tongue was a priority of mine.