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Written by Dezry Kay on December 5, 2021

Multiracial relationships.

My background

I am a mixed breed of both black South African DNAs of Bapedi and Mandebele.

I am proudly Diverse and i hold a multicultural perspective very tightly.

The multicultural perspective is an ideological orientation that values the recognition and inclusion of diverse ethnic and cultural groups as sources of identity and culture that are favorable to society, because they promote positive intergroup relations and social equality.

As a result, i have multiple vital friendships with people from different backgrounds, Cultures, Ethnicities, Tripes, Races and Countries.

My Quote:

I strongly encourage an enlightenment that we all live under the same sky and bleed the same colour of blood. There's no need for any of us to be ethnocentric.

Being in a multiracial relationship.

It is very rewarding to love someone who is different from you in terms of race, culture, identity, religion, and more. When we are open with each other, we can broaden each other's perspectives, approach the world in different ways, and even find that there is a connection in our differences.

Being fond of multiracial relationships like me many others escalates you to Ethnorelativism faster.

Multiracial Marriage.

I am married to a South Indian Hunk, Lol;as you can see. He was born and raised in South Africa.

A diverse multicultural perspective holder, what we obviously have in common. Our Families are exactly that which made us who we are today. We both grew up to recognize everybody as human more than dwelling on skin color, religion,culture or mere differences that might distract us from providing unconditional humility,respect and acceptance to fellow human beings. We are blessed to be raised like that as we have benefited a great deal from that type of development.

Sharing knowledge and experiences is a big part of living a fulfilled life. It’s one of the interracial marriage benefits that are sometimes overlooked. Chances are, you’re also going to share a part of your culture to your partner and the people around you. By sharing your culture with other people, you also help yourself in learning theirs in exchange. The more you interact with people, either by sharing or listening to experiences, you will improve and grow your own world. Gaining a worldly view in life makes you a more peaceful person (I know it does for me personally.) As your world gets bigger, it becomes more natural for you to learn new things (language, dance, stories) and thus stimulating personal growth.

Consider having a pet or more as a couple.

A pet really can help connect a couple and merge your lives. The joint responsibility and admiration for your pet can bring you closer and unite the two of you in a more official way than you anticipate." For better or worse, getting a pet can change your relationship. There's added stress, and tough convos to have. It's not always easy but it is worth it.

Sometimes overlooking the perspective of society can help provide you with the ability to have healthy relationships.

Healthy relationships can decrease stress and lead to a longer life. Research suggest that the social and emotional support from a committed relationship or strong friendship can be a buffer against stress. Studies also suggest many biological benefits, including lower blood pressure and stronger immune systems.

Article written by Dezry Kay
South African Media Personality, International Singer, Limpopo born tea lover, Johannesburg self-care junky. Practices Yoga, Meditation and belly dancing.