A couple of weeks ago, I watched 90 Day Fiance, a reality show about couples who met their significant others in different countries and they have to get married in 90 days. Molly had met Luiz in the Dominican Republic on a girls’ trip; they fell in love and wanted to get married so she arranged for him to come to the United States.
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“For My Man” is a TV show about various women who fall in love with the wrong man and end up doing something crazy, like robbing and killing another person for money or revenge. Their relationship starts out with an intense attraction and a desire to spend the rest of their lives together. The man usually convinces his girlfriend to do something absurd and unfortunately, she goes along with it.
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In my last blog post, I shared my experience about dating a non-believer and how I thought our relationship would succeed despite us having different spiritual beliefs. When you’re dating someone, you want to be on the same page about everything else, right? So why should it be any different for spiritual beliefs?
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Although Eric* told me he was agnostic when we first started dating (he didn’t believe in God but he couldn’t say that God didn’t exist), it didn’t scare me away. I was a new Christian and thought we could still have a healthy relationship as long as I didn’t cram my beliefs down his throat and he accepted that I wouldn’t change my faith. So what if he’s not a Christian? I thought. He might be a really great guy and I want to get to know him better.
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I wish I was able to celebrate Father’s Day.
My dad was never in my life. When my mom was married to him and pregnant with me, he denied that he was my father. When I was a young child, he called occasionally, and my mother didn’t want to be bothered with him since he didn’t want to have anything to do with me. I wasn’t upset about his absence because I thought the way he treated my mom was despicable.
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