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My Boyfriend and I Have Religious Conflict

Hi! i just wanna share our simple yet very complicated love story of me and my boyfriend..Actually, we’re just new in our relationship..and my main problem parents doesn’t know that I’m already committed to this guy whom I’m always seeing…But I know that they already have an idea..They’re just waiting for me to share and to formally introduce my man..And we have this conflict on our religion..I’m a Christian and he’s a catholic..that’s the another problem here..But i really love him..So, I made up my mind to fight for our LOVE..My parents love me and I love them too..But loving my boyfriend is the another side of it..It’s LOVE and I can’t compare it to anybody else..I’m willing to give my my parents will accept us and eventually let us be together FOREVER…I’m really looking forward to be with him FOREVER…To be my husband and the father of my kids..Please Lord help and guide US…=)

– Bodict Pril

Min Min says:
February 18, 2010 at 5:26 pm
Why do you so worry about what hasn’t yet happened? What do you actually worry about? Why are you not confident about your boyfriend?

If you don’t tell your parents, you will never know their response. You are worrying about something that will never happen.

Your worry doesn’t help if things will eventually happen. Whatever happens, we have to either face it or give it up right now.

So just face it. Don’t “inform” your parents that you are already committed. Tell them that you are dating this guy and ask for their advice to make them feel that they are respected and then they shall respect you too. Tell them how good your boyfriend is.

As for the conflict of religions, do you think that it’s critical? If it’s critical, one of you needs to be less religious, I suppose.

Im not gonna talk about religions. Religions are supposed to make life better, but why are they conflicted?

The destiny is in your own hands.

Asa W says:
February 25, 2010 at 1:52 pm
Thanks for this blog. I like what I read. I wish more blogs were like this. Thank you.

Mimi says:
July 27, 2010 at 8:17 pm
Sweetie, incase you read this, I’d like to inform you that Catholics too are Christians. Nothing to worry about. I’m a Catholic, and I can assure you that we all worship the same Holy Trinity.

khaye says:
September 2, 2011 at 10:15 am
I just read this one, but truly i do agree with you that you must fight for it: because at the end of the day, the most important part of in a relationship is not only on what you believe in but it is on what you feel for each other which is “LOVE”.
and honestly, i can relate to your story… it’s been a year ago and i hope you’re now happy in whatever you’re decision was…
i just wanna know what had happen next?!
and i hope i can get even just a piece of advice on this issue/matter… thanks!

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