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After you do explain yourself to him and politely tell him off, maybe he’ll leave you alone. MAYBE he’ll be sparked with an interest to go read up about Islam or pick up a Qur’an. Maybe he’ll be a gentleman and back off and have a newfound respect for you. Who knows until you tell him and put an end to it. Either way, it’s best that you inform him the best that you can and however he takes that information, it’s on him.
Dating someone is not about only saying or doing things that you would do in front of your parents or your priest”. If that were the case then romantic relationships would be pointlessly shallow and would almost definitely result in a failed marriage. Dating is about getting to know the person that you may one day marry, and that requires getting to know them on a very deep level. Getting to that level requires doing and saying things that are meant to be solely between the two people in the couple, and not shared with their parents or priest. For example, there are many aspects of sex that need to be discussed as a relationship gets more serious, even though the sex will be saved for marriage. But, these discussions of sex should almost never be discussed in front of your parents, and often not in front of a priest either.
i just got dumped today… spent 2 and a half years with him.. really wished we couldve been together longer but things just didnt work out. we broke up many times. argued all the time.. and today he finally said we should go our separate ways. i’m obviously hurting. i can’t believe he just gave up so easily. I loved him a lot. still do. and will probably for the longest. But i know that we wont be getting back together. so i have to get over it. i have no friends :/ i just hang out with my sister in law. i feel lonely as heck but whatever. hopefully i can overcome this obstacle in my life.
I’ve been in this relationship for a year and two months thinking it’d be forever, like any girl my age… all you want is to feel they’re presence and the happiness they bring you and the love especially the love, he was my best friend my only friend. Most people think it was just a year but it was a year of long walks at parks, dates at restaurants or movies, getting puppies together, movie nights, car rides, hugs and kisses, its not easy to forget, not at all, moving no is the worst part because because you don’t want to let go of the light that shined in your life. I understand the feeling.