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Related to family, the majority of Spanish guys still live at home.With an unemployment rate of 45 percent, this is understandable.One thing you can be pretty sure of is “I love you” is thrown around more freely in Spanish speaking countries than in Western countries.In countries like the US it’s looked at as a big step in a relationship when someone says it. So if somebody tells you “” sooner than you expected to hear it, it doesn’t carry as much weight to it like if someone in the US said “I love you.” A lot of people say “I love you” in the context of missing somebody who you aren’t with at the moment.Meeting the family is a big deal in most cultures, but even more so in Spain, and it can happen pretty soon into the relationship.
Ask them Wednesday or Thursday what they are doing on the weekend and they typically respond with, “” (“We’ll see”). Well, in mine in particular it was a bit difficult for us to overcome this huge difference between our expectations at first.
It’s just a matter of getting used to the idea of a 28 plus year old still living with his parents.
The language barrier may or may not have an impact on your relationship depending on each person’s proficiency in their partner’s native language.
It is also socially acceptable for young people to live at home until they are in a serious relationship or until they’re married.
If this is the case, it normally isn’t a big deal, especially if you have your own apartment where you can have your alone time.I was lucky to have a solid base of Spanish when I came to Spain, but I’ve got friends who started their relationships with zero Spanish and their boyfriends had zero English, and they’ve made it work.