The reality is, people write a substantial type of grammer these days in parralel with the old professional version.
In the end depends a bit on peoples personalities as to which way feels harder in practice, but as long as both parties are committed to making it work then it doesn't really matter.
My blond haired blue eyed eldest son spent his first 18 months in China.
I ask because , i wonder if it is harder to date someone of another race with children from a previous relationship/marriage And I am not trying to sound ignorant, just curious to what the responses would be I know it wouldn't be an issue for me, as I love children so I'd embrace them as my own But what do you think?
Do you think it'll be hard social wise, family wise, etc?
Has someone recently criticized you for these reasons? I have taken her post completely differently as a general question about whether or non men would be interested in dating her, a black woman, who is open to dating outside her own race, who is the mother of an 8 year old. I see nothing connected to morals at all, merely preferences. A different style is no indication as words will come out differently depending on the context and ones profile/biography makes quite a different context to that of posting in the forums.
IFU, let me ask you one simple question, since you are already basing my one comment on collective presumption and projection. I wouldn't expect consistency and I'd imagine if someone was to analyse my style they'd find a stark contrast even between the posts in the parenting and local forum. Confident, with a bit of a dark sense of humour and a bit reactionary though without so much of the bitterness that I often see.
Shes 24 and she only writing a short draft somewhat existed morals as others viewed and approached it, yes experienced it so to speak. There is no pure race even in very monocultural societies everyone has slightly different backgrounds due to the people movements over history and the example of the pitcairn islands is one that no-one wants to repeat. Extra cultural barriers thrown into the mix can make for greater misunderstandings.
To put in simpler terms for all, she was asking for your opinion not ur methodical views on interracial correlations as one views it as such in prospective negativity straighten forth. But on the other side being aware that there is overt differences can drive people to make the effort to understand each other, whereas if the barriers are smaller and more covert you can get a false sense of security that `of course the other person understands where you are coming from'.
If something is burning your conscience, it's normally because it goes against what you know is right. It all comes down to what we are each attracted to.
If you are doing things which you consider wrong, stop it and this won't be an issue. In terms of dating with children, most people keep their children well away from their dating lives, especially at age 8 which your daughter is.
It's interesting that you presumed my statement which clearly stated the oddity being the tone, was assumed as something entirely different by you.