They took everything away from me – life insurance, took me out of the will, said I wasn’t allowed to visit and if I attempted to, I’d be arrested.I’ve dealt with comments like “It’s pretty disappointing that you’re dating a black man” and had to hear how they are “saddened for me that this is the only person I could find” like dating him is some sort of punishment.There are many life lessons I’ve learned from this, but here are the top five that stick out in my mind the most: 1. Being honest and discussing it and opening eyes is how we work toward a solution. I’ve learned that the people that should be there for you above all might not be, but the people you would least expect will be.I’ve learned that many couples in interracial relationships find themselves in the same situation, dealing with family or friends who turn their backs on them for dating outside of their race. How can we ever change as a society if we don’t address the problem or continue to act like it doesn’t exist? You can’t change people or their beliefs, especially if they are not willing to be open-minded to something they don’t understand.Basically, nearly all of my immediate family turned their backs on me.
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For the longest time, I wanted so badly to believe that they would come around.There is no place in your life for people that only love you when your decisions suit them.Getting rid of toxic people makes more room in your life and in your heart for good people that love and support you regardless of your life choices and that is all you really need. I’ve learned that family is just a word to describe blood relation, but doesn’t actually mean anything to some people that you never thought would turn on you.While I was there, we had plans to go to a concert and my aunt was going to pick us up and take us to dinner first and then drop us off at the show.