Religious gf

So my girlfriend is somewhat religious but not really full on, but the problem we're facing is that I'm not and I will likely never be. I have no problem with her religious beliefs and even support her in pursuing them in some way, but it's apparent that she does not share the same sentiment for me and it's been a contentious point in our relationship. What should I do in this situation so I can lessen the strain that this has on us? I really do love her and don't necessarily want to let her go over this.

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    you left out details anon for example first point -is she muslim? if she is break up, believe me when i say so. second point- have you talked with her? your best bet is to talk with her and how you feel about this and why it’s important to you. no communication means a dead relationship. goodlluck anon

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      i agree with. what are examples of her being religious straining your relationship or affecting you?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Right, should have been more clear. She was raised Catholic. We have spoken plenty about this but she still can't really accept my position on this. Like she is very clearly annoyed and concered that I'm not on the same page as her.

      Break up with her. She deserves someone better than you. No seriously.

      Why do you say that?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Because she's 'somewhat' religious. All it would take from you is minimal effort. Say grace before a meal, attend services on holidays. If you stay with her youre going to have problems in the future. You will have a Catholic wedding, your children will take communion, be baptised, and have confirmations. If this is going to be a deal breaker for you let her find someone who thinks she's worth it.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          The reason I say she is somewhat religious is because she doen't take it too seriously herself. She's very openly sexual with me, she does drugs, she's bisexual, she likes body mods etc. Also I never said or insinuated that I wouldn't participate in certain religious activities with her, but obviously the concessions can only go so far otherwise I'm putting on a fake act which would make both of us unhappy.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            That is pretty much the average Christian young person these days. They pay lip service to it, attend religious holidays, pray or read the Bible a little bit, but they fundamentally do not let their worldview be guided by it or fully adhere to the implications of their faith. This guy is right

            Because she's 'somewhat' religious. All it would take from you is minimal effort. Say grace before a meal, attend services on holidays. If you stay with her youre going to have problems in the future. You will have a Catholic wedding, your children will take communion, be baptised, and have confirmations. If this is going to be a deal breaker for you let her find someone who thinks she's worth it.

            . Just approach it as an agnostic and try to enjoy the ceremony and communal aspects of it. It is hypocritical if she wants a full-on conversion from you if she isn't extremely dedicated to it herself.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Yeah that's one of the aspects that I hate about Christianity, but I digress. I did tell her that I would attend church with her and shit like that (and I do mean it) which did seem to soothe her in the moment, but I can tell that it's still a looming problem for her. And yeah it's a little frustrating how she wants me to convert, but when I ask her questions about certain problems and contradictions that I perceive about the faith, she can never give me an answer and just kind of pretends that I didn't say anything at all. Again I have no problems with her faith and will mostly only speak on it when it's brought up, but intelligent discussions on the matter just cannot be had with her.

            This is bait, frick you

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          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >My Girlfriend is like, a good person? How do I make her less Good or a person/Should I do something that would obviously hurt her?

            This threads are all the same, Boring and Gay. If real just leave you're an idiot and she's wasting her time with you.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Are you moronic? I want her to keep being religious because it gives her some sort of value and comfort in her life. I never said or insinuated that I want to take that away from her.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        ask her if she supports child molesters. if she says no then ask her why she's still catholic. i guarantee she won't have an answer

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I agree with you, but I don't really want to add any more unnecessary strain to this situation.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Break up with her. She deserves someone better than you. No seriously.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    This is bait, frick you

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    If there is a difference in religion between you and your future-wife, that is not a minor difference, then break up immediately. You simply cannot have a long-term relationship with someone who doesn't share your worldview and ultimate perspective on life. You will have disagreements about everything. She may not seem so religious now, but she can have a conversion later in life. And that will increase the problems exponentially. Furthermore you have admitted that in order to keep this relationship afloat at least one of you needs to compromise their beliefs in some way. This is moronic and will lead to disaster. If a finite relationship causes you to abandon truth then you are a slave. You are not the master of your destiny, but rather the world is. You need to understand how shameful it is to abandon TRUTH(very important) for a fricking person(lmao). This is how people get duped into committing genocides.

    Consider the fact that Truth and Love are intimately tied. What I mean by this is that having the correct perspective will allow you to act more beneficially in this world. Furthermore lies have a compound effect that lies stack on lies until reality is not grasped at all. And lies can lead to all kinds of disasters and hate.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

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  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    People need to work themselves around to atheism, in my experience. It's not something that most people are "convinced" of. You could try, but it would probably just accelerate the deterioration of your relationship.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I fricking hate that the 2016 election has led to this influx of religious boomers. Frick god, death to religion.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      You owe everything you have to a desert religion created thousands of years ago, and that really eats you up inside. From an objective viewpoint your attitude compared to the average Christian boomers attitude, would infer Christianity is a better lifestyle choice for temperment and rationality than atheism. Have a snickers bar and chill the heck out dude.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >You owe everything you have to a desert religion created thousands of years ago
        Society has progressed in spite of religion, not because of it. The work they did preserving the knowledge of pagan Rome and Greece was valuable, but they horded it in libraries generation after generation. It took the Ottoman sack of Constantinople to finally spark the Renaissance and all that followed.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        democracy predates christianity bud

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Liberty and justice for all was not even a concept, bud.

          You owe everything you have to a desert religion created thousands of years ago, and that really eats you up inside. From an objective viewpoint your attitude compared to the average Christian boomers attitude, would infer Christianity is a better lifestyle choice for temperment and rationality than atheism. Have a snickers bar and chill the heck out dude.

          Civilization in its current form was built because of Christianity not in spite of it. The greatest works were dedicated to God and unified Christendom to a common goal. Individual freedom and the ability to use your own time as you see fit sparked creation and invention. Even the bible was the predecessor to all great literature. Could Dostoyevsky write what he did wothout the concept of the Christian God? No. The fact that peoples lapsed faith in God has brought about the decaying society we live in today should tell you everything you need to know, but you're in denial.

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    calm down watch closely a guru to show you the right way

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Take some holiday, you need it

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