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Sikh And Muslim In Love

Discussion in 'Love & Marriage' started by Tb92, Jul 25, 2017.

  1. Tb92

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    Hello , I am a 25 year old girl. I am a sikh but i dont practice i am more spiritual. I fell in love with my best friend who is a muslim. We decided to date but it only lasted for 2 months. He said he cant do this and hurt me because he knows we have no future. I was upset for awhile but told myself that he is right. we remained good friends and would hangout a lot. we still act like we are dating in the sense we will hangout with friends and just hug eachother and get jealous and talk and help eachother , hard to explain. we say we love eachother sometimes. I have told him 2 times indirectly that we should stop doing this because it hurts me a lot and i cant move on. He says to me its hard for him sometimes because he has feelings for me. I know he talks to other girls but not in that sense. on my end my parents want me tl get married so they want me to talk to guys, and sometimes i think i should but other times i think i shouldn't give up. I asked him why cant we just see how things go and he said no because it will hurt us a lot more. I am so confuse don his end that why does he just not move on then but still treat me like his gf a bit and if he really loved me why cant he try, I know his family and my family would not approve what so ever. i also know I am bigger then him physically but he never says thats the problem. I dont know if i should move on and what to say to him and do.
     
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  3. Ishna

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    It sounds like you both recognise that it's not really practically going to work between you. You're half way there already. Of course it hurts when you want something but you can't have it, however all you're doing is prolonging the hurt by continuing to "hang out like you're still dating". You may find the pain and hurt is reduced by being a strong person now and discontinuing your association with this guy.

    There are plenty of other people in the world for you, and your overall happiness will be increased by finding a more appropriate match.

    Best of luck.
     
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