All of us MUST compromise and respect the beliefs of each other to be whole and healthy.If there are individuals among the group who make a harmonious family life impossible, they must be worked around.What is important is to always accept the spirit of compromise and look for the good.

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I have found the most successful Iranian-American families, are those who have blended the attentions and generosity of the Iranian family with the independence and perseverence of the American family.

I have found the husbands,wives and children of Iranian -American families who have met the challenge of holding both languages (Farsi and English) dear, able to cross a bridge which often times seems uncrossable without the language links to culture.

I have found an acceptance of families by both sides to be of paramount importance in establishing the family as a whole.

No one has to agree or relinquish all of their own beliefs to satisfy another.

The Iranian culture is rich in history, replete with beautiful customs, stories, and arts and a glorious heritage our children may all be proud of.

The American culture, while rather young in comparison, offers a diversity, joi de vive and light of hope which energizes and challenges its citizens in the spirit of invention.We, as parents, have the unique opportunity of picking and choosing the best from both cultures and incorporating them into the traditions of our own familiy units.We can reap from the macro-societies which are Iran and America and utilize these bountiful harvests in the micro sphere of our own homes.Maybe, we can learn from each others victories and defeats.Write us at [email protected] zanamu, during a heated argument recently with my Iranian boy friend (finace) he raised his hand (but didn't hit me) - what he said made me think and do some research of my own. I googled and found several vidoes on the topic of "How to beat You Wife", "Islam rules on beating wife, ... Can someone who has been married to an Iranian Muslim (culturally Muslim since he doesn't pray or fast or read koran) share their experience with me.He said, "If I wasn't an Iranian and If I was a Good Muslim, I beat the .... Thanks, Debbie You might have trouble getting a visa to visit Iran as a single American Woman. I had heard that if you were engaged, you could get a short term Visa. Getting him to US after you get married might be the hardest part.