Dating friendship relationship
Since two or three times a week we end up removing a few threads on why everyone keeps suggesting breakups, rather than micromanage the community, we figured this post would be prudent: You know how every Uber rating is right on the verge of 5 stars unless something's particularly off?
She recognises all this, and accepts that it’s highly unlikely we will be together forever— i.e.Our members are people like you looking for hiking partners, dining companions, drinking buddies, a friend to go see a movie with, someone to play tennis with, or a great new best friend.We’re two sisters that live across the country from each other and think it’s really hard to meet new friends - like really good friends, not acquaintances. I lived in Florida and although the people were friendly and I was very active socially, and I did make friends, it was very transitory.The crux of the issue is that we are different religions.
I’m not a religious person really so I don’t really care, but she feels her religion is a strong part of her identity (although she is not that religious herself) and has made it clear that she wants to raise her kids as such (and will not compromise on this).I wish I thought like her, I really do, since it would make things so much easier. For a moment I thought that my dad and I would get shit from everyone.