Teen cultures and dating

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in India they believe that you get married first THEN fall in love. but now in our day and age, Indian kids IN INDIA might still do the arranged marriage; might not. Both cultures revere the family as the most important social group, and both cultures involve a degree of ancestor worship.

i know, since I'm living in the USA, I'm not forced to do the arranged marriage thing and i wont!! African cultures also hold things like hospitality, friendliness, and community very dear, and many Asian cultures do the same.

also, in my parent's generation, marriages were ARRANGED not LOVE.

my parents are still together, and though i find the whole arranged marriage thing COMPLETELY ridiculous, i love my parents and i want them to stay together. even nowadays...yeah One of the most notable similarities in belief, tradition, and culture between African countries and Asian countries is the focus on the family and the ancestors.

Afro-Asian poetry has many differences from other cultures.

The differences will stem from their own beliefs and inspiration from religion and history. A poem often conveys feeling thoughts and ideas using symbols.

in India, where I'm from, dating and kissing is STRICTLY prohibited.

in my parent's generation, girls and boys went to separate schools and they still do in India.

In many Asian cultures Asian men are taught to treat women like sisters prior to marriage. Many Asian people only want relationships with people of the same religion.

Acknowledging that there are many variations, let’s take a look at some Amish dating customs The Setup Amish courtship traditionally begins at age 16 for the boys and age 14-15 for the girls.

To find someone to date you have to go where the action is.

In the outside world teenagers mix with the opposite sex on a daily basis during high school.

Many go on to college or tech school where they can dip into a large pool of likely dating candidates. Customs differ The Amish, like we outsiders, are not a monolithic society.

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