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My ex-girl friend quit our relationship based on relegion difference as directed

  1. dablue profile image34
    dablueposted 7 years ago

    My ex-girl friend quit our relationship based on relegion difference as directed by her dad so...

    she claimed. We never stop communicating and now she is insisting I should please wait for her to sort things out so that We can get married. Do you think I should consider her?

  2. profile image46
    SirHeinsohnposted 7 years ago

    What you are saying is that either she lied to you or her parents object to the relationship. either situation is a loser for you. if you marry her, you will either always wonder about everything she says or her parents will rule both of you. there are lots of other fish in the sea.

  3. puebloman profile image59
    pueblomanposted 7 years ago

    If I were you I'd forget her and take up with someone who goes like a rabbit.

  4. padmendra profile image45
    padmendraposted 7 years ago

    Advice your  exgirlfriend to forget you and start interviewing people in presence of her father  on behalf of religion, cowardness and strong feeling of being a slave who can be kicked and accepted and consoled as well as,  again and  again". So my friend,  she is not your cup of tea. You deserve somebody more worthy and  who undersdtands that love is not a game.

  5. MyInnerSpace profile image57
    MyInnerSpaceposted 7 years ago

    It seems this may be too late, as I just came on board a few days ago, but it sounds as if you still have maybe feelings for this girl, but your thoughts are sending you another direction.  First, sit down and collect your thoughts.  Weed out the thoughts that produce negative, angering, and unhappiness.  Focus on those thoughts that provide support, acceptance, enouragement, trust, and respect, maybe first for your inner self before you attempt your relationship with this girl and her family.  Make decisions based on your beliefs and values; what is important to you, what you are willing to be flexible about,  then take a look at what your relationship was like.  Lastly, once you get self-acceptance, then, sit down and talk to your girl to see if her beliefs and values will provide a good match for a peaceful and harmonious relationship with effective communication that you both can be happy and satisfied.  I hope it is not too late, but if it is, I hope you can find  this information useful for current or future relationships.

    Warmest regards,
    Sheri
    My Inner Space - Life Coach
    Contact me for one-on-one sessions: sheri.rader@gmail.com

 
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