Persian male views on dating

Just my 2 cents, Laila Name = Violet Country & City = USA, California Category of Submission = Religeous Issues Subject = Thank you ladies -- I have broken up with my Iranian Jewish Boyfriend of 18 months My boyfriend and I were together for about a year and a half.This site helped me see that I was not alone in my pain, confusion and frustration.I have told him that I would convert and I have embraced his culture and his family, but it doesn't seem to be enough. He wants the relationship to keep going but he says there are no guarantees. On the other hand, he know that he will need his family and he knows that his family will not be at ease with a catholic girl. You can speak the language and learn the culture and cook better than his mom - you will never be PERSIAN.

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He wants me to convert to the muslim religion before he we can get married.

this places pressure on me as Im not sure if iam ready to make that decision yet.

Anyway, life with my Persian Prince has been absolutely wonderful, perhaps not perfect, but still wonderful.

I believe any relationship should have the common ground of faith to build upon.

I believe its true for all religions and not just Christians.

I say the same thing to my non-practicing Muslim friends - date and marry a non-practicing Muslim boy/girl. It didn't think how important the spirituality would be years ago - but now after many years of marriage I tell you that it is even more important than love.

I do not think his family would ever accept me (my now ex-boyfriend told me as much).

And I don't think I would have patience to try, try, beg and beg some more to be loved by him and his family.

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