We saw my family over Thanksgiving, we’re seeing hers over Christmas.We don’t agree on anything spiritual, so we don’t even discuss it.
I’m a big believer in searching for answers, but only where answers can be had.
Which is why I don’t spend much time worrying about how we got here or where we go when we die; nor do I obsess about why someone doesn’t like me.
I’ve got clients who want someone who can dance, because dancing is important.
I’ve got clients who have to find a dog-lover, because their pets are like children.
The thing is: you can’t tell them that they should change. I wrote an article for Yahoo called which focuses on the deal-breakers we impose on relationships.
There’s nothing wrong with having preferences; the problem comes when our preferences serve to box us in and restrict our options in love….
It doesn’t matter if he fell out of love, is making an excuse, or really resents that you’ve got no desire to start tithing your income.
Anyone who chooses religion over you is not your future spouse.
He says I won’t be able to support his decisions and/or I’ll resent him.