Muslim women dating a non muslim man
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I do believe it is possible for a non-Muslim and a Muslim to be together.I know many beautiful examples, where the couple has had to fight almost impossible odds to stay together.
I understand why, I really do, but personally as a woman of 41 years old that still wants to have children, am I kidding myself to think that he might eventually come around or that it could even work at all?
It is possible that this man does have very strong feelings for you, but even if he feels like he is in love with you, he is not willing to treat you lovingly by your standards. I know you asked for a Muslim’s take on this issue, and I mention religion very little because what you need to understand is that this has nothing to do with religion.
He’s got priorities that outrank you, and continuing this relationship will be a constant struggle between his family, his culture, and/or his religious views and you. This is a universal truth, or at least universal enough to respect it as a rule, acknowledging that there are occasional exceptions.
He may say that he is still figuring things out and trying to sort out his life. And discuss the challenges that lie ahead of you: the similarities, the differences, the shared life goals, the different life goals.
Perhaps also reach out to couples who have gone through these discussions before, like a non-Muslim/Muslim couple, and ask what they did to overcome these differences.
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At the time, I hated to hear this advice because I was that guy—the Muslim in a relationship with a non-Muslim girl that few of my friends knew about.
I rationalized this by telling myself we come from different cultural and religious backgrounds that I was not doing this to hurt her.
I know the religious and cultural tenants can be very serious and I want to see this situation clearly.
Our caring for each other is very unconditional, but maybe I’m kidding myself to think this could eventually work. Stop now before you tumble further down a hole of degradation and humiliation.
But life is unfair and often, but not always, life comes down disproportionately hard on the women in these relationships.