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19-Feb-2017 22:32

Dear Sandra, My girlfriend is Catholic and I’m Jewish.

I don’t take her to synagogue, she doesn’t take me to church.

And height and weight and age absolutely matter – if you make them matter.

Just don’t be surprised when the more rules you have for your partner, the harder it is to find a partner. People have their self-imposed deal-breakers and they always will.

It doesn’t matter if he fell out of love, is making an excuse, or really resents that you’ve got no desire to start tithing your income.

Anyone who chooses religion over you is not your future spouse.

Which brings up a bigger point: let’s stop obsessing about WHY people do things. It could be any number of reasons – she’s getting over her ex, you have bad breath, she didn’t feel that spark, you talked too much about yourself, she’s seeing three other guys.

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I guess I just can’t comprehend how someone can choose religion over another person especially when he says we were made for each other.If there were feedback forms on every date, it would be useful, but we’re never gonna really know why others do what they do. I’ve been dumped for Jesus, Buddha, Jehova, and that Hindu dude with the elephant head.So how about we just look at their actions instead? And I’ve been thankful to all of those women for ending it before the relationship went too far, and we had to argue about whether to send the kids to public school or an ashram. Sometimes, I’ll let my secular biases out, and she always forgives me.She knows I love and respect her, even if I don’t always love and respect the influence of the Christian right. Respect each other, without trying to change each other.

I guess I just can’t comprehend how someone can choose religion over another person especially when he says we were made for each other.If there were feedback forms on every date, it would be useful, but we’re never gonna really know why others do what they do. I’ve been dumped for Jesus, Buddha, Jehova, and that Hindu dude with the elephant head.So how about we just look at their actions instead? And I’ve been thankful to all of those women for ending it before the relationship went too far, and we had to argue about whether to send the kids to public school or an ashram. Sometimes, I’ll let my secular biases out, and she always forgives me.She knows I love and respect her, even if I don’t always love and respect the influence of the Christian right. Respect each other, without trying to change each other.Have you ever dated someone who was really religious and he/she chose religion over you?