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My mom converted to my dad's faith before they were married, but that...You simply have to decide (preferably before you get married or have children) how important this relationship is to you and how important your faith is.Out plan is to stay ahead of the pack with respects to Security.You may now see our list and photos of women who are in your area and meet your preferences.This is a serious issue, and right now it might seem like the two of you love each other enough to compromise, but you might find that your beliefs contradict some of your boyfriend's key beliefs and vice versa.Please be open with your man about this and think about what you really want from a relationship with him and what you are willing or unwilling to budge on.I am assuming that you were raised Catholic and it is very close to your heart.If this is the case then I would keep attending your own church.
He may want you to meet friends, or something else that could be accomplished another way.He wants me to go to church with him but he doesnt want to go with me. You simply have to decide (preferably before you get married or have children) how important this relationship is to you and how important your faith is.My mother was raised a strict Catholic (she went to Catholic school, Catholic nursing school, and participated in family mass in addition to the church's), but she married my dad who is/was a born again Christian.I'm a firm believer that while "opposites [may] attract" they don't necessarily stay together forever. I think no matter what obstacles you face in a relationship, fewer are harder to overcome than differences of opinion in core values.I think religious beliefs definitely fall into this category.
It just depends on what you expect in a relationship. Is it right to go in 50-50 with your partner no matter what they do? If your man is serious about his faith, he probably has real issues with yours.