So you met him over a cup of mocha and
frappe at an international airport terminal and decided to give
friendship a new meaning. Then you got chatting, sent mushy smses,
forwarded love mails and burnt VoIP cards for the next 3 months. Soon
also set up the wedding date to become one soul in two bodies. As a
young girl, if you have chosen a groom from another country, just having this Mills and Boon whirlwind romance
is not enough to marry. There is more information you need to know.
Just learning that he has a great sense of humor, is fair and sweet
looking isn’t sufficient.
Discover his secret personality and a little more about his family.
It matters if you both have been raised in different cultural
environments. Most girls adjust to the groom’s family, but will the
groom and his family be equally respectful to the girl’s
family-irrespective of the financial status of the family? Even if a
girl will eventually be living alone, there may be times when parents
may visit them. How can they adjust and make them feel comfortable? This
is one of the critical issues to be clarified before wedding vows are taken.
While having a long distance relationship, trust is very important.
Remember when you will be living together, you will have to share your
husband with his friends, colleagues and acquaintances. Will the two of
you be able to trust each other completely? Knowing this is also
critical before marrying.