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These are questions that you need to ask within the first 40 days of dating.You must ask your person of interest these question before entering into a courtship with them.Loving someone is willing the good of them above yourself. He said that he could guarantee a whole year, but he wasn't sure if he would be able to stay with me after that.How is it loving to accept and promote his lifestyle which involves you both fornicating? You acknowledge fornication is a sin but you don't regret it? You understand that when you confess a sin you have every intention of re-committing, that that's a very grave sin in of itself? He said that he wasn't sure if he could go out with me any longer without fulfilling that third point in the triangle. Regardless of your religious differences NO MAN should ever use sex as a bargaining/blackmailing tool EVER.What's worse is that though I know that it's a sin, I still feel tempted to do it again. He said that in a relationship, he believes in The Triangular Theory of Love, which states that a solid romantic relationship must have intimacy, passion, and commitment. I told him that I understand his belief in this, but I don't understand why he needs this to be fulfilled before marriage.He said that before marriage, he wanted to be sure that the marriage would work (he would be able to tell through this solid triangle).To have this dispensation granted: Of course there are a myriad of other important questions that need to be discussed in a mixed marriage, but these are the Non-Negotiable ones, and the ones that will require assistance from your local priest and/or bishop to help you resolve.
You are new to CAF so in case you missed it i am closer to your boyfriend's religious views than your own, so please do not think this is a suggestion from a Catholic. Good luck, and enjoy yourself and seek happiness whatever your decisions. You say he respects your religious beleifs, but now he's wanting sex, which is a very serious sin outside of marriage for a Catholic. You probably need to let this relationship go and chalk it up to youthful desires. And when I told him that I might not be able to have sex with him again, I asked if he would stay with me.
I've been up at nights and crying because I worry over it. Kids ask you if there's an afterlife, why do we have to go to Mass when daddy doesn't? And as a Catholci you are oblidged to try and raise those babies catholic.
Every time I talk to him, he is able to comfort me, but he said that he's getting frustrated because it seems that I want sex, but I quickly change my mind. I would appreciate anyone's advice because I am at a loss. Please, if you can't give advice, pray for me, because I need it! ~ datinganatheist You need counseling so you can clarify what you want - possibly different counselor, possibly the same one - not sure. Be sure to clarify with anyone giving you advice that they will not judge you, and will encourage you to come to your own decision(s) rather than try to get you to agree with their own personal position, about religion or anything else. They tend to be pro-abortion, with no moral code that answers to God why bother with caring for that child? [not saying all atheists are pro-abortion by the vaste majority tend to be]. Sure, that's a long way off, but if you truly love this guy, then thats usually where love takes you. But I think you need to evaluate just how much your faith means to you, and what it actually means to be Catholic.
And when I told him that I might not be able to have sex with him again, I asked if he would stay with me.
He said that he could guarantee a whole year, but he wasn't sure if he would be able to stay with me after that.