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    ... I'd never let anything get in my way when it came to relationships and love, except I've come to a dilemma. I'm from a Sikh background, although I'm not at all practicing, in fact I myself don't believe in God but my family are quite firm in their beliefs. I've met a muslim guy, although it's only early days I'm finding myself quite attracted to him both physically and personality-wise. I wouldn't say he's quite religious, although he is for the sake of his parents. I know that if it came down to something like marriage, he'd probably have to marry a muslim girl. Anyway, what I'm asking is...do you think I shouldn't talk to him anymore? I don't trust myself. He's the guy I can see myself falling for, as soon as I saw him...I found myself very attracted to him. Is it best to use your head in these cases and just walk away? I'm afraid of it ending up like this...http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...m#post18881030
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    Follow your heart
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    follow your stomatch
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    I can understand..

    If you are an adult, then I think you have every right to be with who you want and you are mature enough to make your own decisions. Talk to him, you'll regret it if you don't, and see where it goes.
    Then you will be able to see if he really is worth fighting with your family for.
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    This is something that will probably end up messily... its up to you whether you want to risk it. Can't really speak for you cos dont know how strict your family are, or his for that matter.

    But don't stress out over it too much. You hardly know each other no need to create a big issue out of something that doesnt even exist yet.
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    Talk to him either way. You may be able to work something out but if not then he deserves to know why.
 
 
 
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