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4.  Anticipate (and Forgive) Rudeness
Let’s be real: some people tend to err on the side of politically incorrect when it comes to talking about race. Get used to answering uncomfortable questions like: Is he/she yours? And get your kids used to it, too. Take it a step further and teaching them to tolerate this type of public ignorance, by always remembering the pride that you consciously cultivate as a mixed family.

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