Alexandra Solomon, a clinical psychologist from the Family Institute at Northwestern University who authored Loving Bravely, specializes in couples, marriage, and family therapy.
When you imagine introducing your SO to the family, what exactly makes you anxious (uncertainty about what it means for your relationship?
Some significant others might like knowing everything they can about the family, with scoops on each member’s situation.
The best judge is how you and your partner feel about the relationship,” said Solomon.
In all likelihood, your SO will have significant cultural, racial, political, religious, economic, and any variety of other meaningful differences from your family.

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