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My boyfriend is Muslim and I am not. We have been together for almost a year now and I love him, however I am aware that we can't be together for ever because of the circumstances. Should I break up with him - although this will cause me to be very upset. Or should I keep the relationship and ignore the problem.
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why can't you be together forever? You love each other right?
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Do what u do girl
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My boyfriend is Muslim and I am not. We have been together for almost a year now and I love him, however I am aware that we can't be together for ever because of the circumstances. Should I break up with him - although this will cause me to be very upset. Or should I keep the relationship and ignore the problem.
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I would dump him because if you know realistically you wont ever be with them forever then why bother leading him on???
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(Original post by Anonymous)
My boyfriend is Muslim and I am not. We have been together for almost a year now and I love him, however I am aware that we can't be together for ever because of the circumstances. Should I break up with him - although this will cause me to be very upset. Or should I keep the relationship and ignore the problem.
Carry on but be realistic and don't predict the future; you don't know it!
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Why can’t you be together? Have you talked to him about it? You can make it work if you both want it to
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His parents don't approve of him having a girlfriend, especially if she is not Muslim.
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why can't you be together forever? You love each other right?
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You are basically leading him on, break up with him
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(Original post by Anonymous)
My boyfriend is Muslim and I am not. We have been together for almost a year now and I love him, however I am aware that we can't be together for ever because of the circumstances. Should I break up with him - although this will cause me to be very upset. Or should I keep the relationship and ignore the problem.
If ur in love with your boyfriend be with him doesn’t matter the circumstances if ur both happy stay with each other don’t break up with your boyfriend he wants you to be in his life that’s why ur both together in love isn’t that a sign to you
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I would suggest talking to your bf about it. I mean you'd put him on the spot but be calm and ask him, if he would go against his parents wishes in long term.

Cos the longer the realtionship carries out, the more attached you'll get. I'm sure he has thought about it too, and he might even get upset, but you should ask him what he thinks. If it comes down to it, would he break up with you in the future cos his parents were against it or he would stick with his partner.

I think you have to be real, I'm afraid. If he says he would never go against his parent's wishes, then you have your answer. Sooner is better than later, no?
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