All family relationships are essentially cross-cultural: both spouses come from different families, each with its own unique ideas of self-worth, identity, boundaries, goals, and parenting. These differences attract and fascinate us when we fall in love. But living in an international or intercultural relationship is even more challenging. Nations differ in emotional expression, attitudes towards power, female roles, ambiguity, time, and in many other ways. In this workshop, we will explore intercultural differences in order to accept our partners and neighbors the way they are. Interested?