Dating and love see no race, ethnicity and religion but our societies often do. Rather they suggest individuals to pick out the person they love based solely on the ideologies supported by the society in complete ignorance of their heart and instinct. Oftentimes individuals from two varying individuals cannot help but fall in love, if not in love, they often find themselves attracted to each other and begin dating. This can be very tricky from them as dating often turns into something far more than “fooling around.”
[contentblock id=1 img=adsense.png]
Here are some dating tips for individuals struggling with their religion battles constructed for them by societies.
1) Dates should not be based on religion:
Dates are just to flirt around and get to know the other person, it is about getting to know the person and it may eventually lead to the conversation of marriage and it is only then when someone should be talking about religious differences. Unless marriage is on the plate, enjoy your date and don’t ruin it very something that may not even matter in a couple of months.
[contentblock id=2 img=adsense.png]
2) Leave your family prejudices behind when dating:
If you have something to believe in then someone else probably does too. And if you don’t want anyone to mock your belief, don’t be someone who mocks someone else’s belief. Leave your personal prejudices at home and make the effort to get to know the person you are out with.
[contentblock id=3 img=adsense.png]
3) Leave people’s belief to them:
Someone else’s belief is their religion and not yours so just like you want to have the freedom to believe in something, give the other that benefit of the doubt too. It’s just a date, enjoy it without messing it up over something that may not even be in the questioning in the long run.