Dating other religions
Neither one of you must have any illusions about how difficult this process of inter faith marriage can be.However, I can report to you that if you are each clear headed about what you do and do not want then this can succeed.Each of you must understand that no one can be coerced into changing their religious affiliation and practice.Each of you must also decide whether or not you can tolerate your family member’s reaction to bringing a person from another faith into the family.You must begin to talk to this girl and learn where each of you stands on the issue of religion.
The idea behind this solution is that partners will respect one another’s convictions and allow the children to make their choices upon reaching adulthood.
Tall Dark Handsome), and my only stress would be dealing with the woes of getting my nearly-perfect children into the right schools.
But like many women, I always knew I had some things I needed to do on my own before I even considered crossing the altar with someone (travel the world, kiss a girl, learn a romance language), but I never thought I'd be at the point where I'd have to actively look for love the way I have been over the last few years.
For the individual who is not committed to a religion there is often a willingness to convert for two reasons: 1) A wish to convert due to interest in the new religion and a wish to be connected to a new type of thinking and, 2) A wish to please their partner by doing something that they feel willing and interested in doing out of a sense of real belief.
However, if two people each feel strongly committed to and identified with their religion of origin there is a good chance that there will be nothing but grief between them in the future if they attempt to ignore their differences.