Dating a girl with different political views
We have a deep love and understanding for each other, and respect that we have different beliefs.Whenever we discuss something that gets heated, something that I am passionate about, I remind myself that I am MORE passionate about Sloan and our relationship. Not only are our social networks turning into poisonous echo chambers, but partisan animosity is also higher than it has been in decades. or so, when I realized that Hillary wasn’t going to win. If the worst thing about him is that he supports Trump (although, I should mention, not on everything), then I'm pretty lucky.So, just in time for Valentine’s Day, the Reader Center asked: Can love conquer all? Daniel Jett, 49, met his wife, Frances, in law school: “We have very similar values when it comes to family and what we want from life, but night-and-day orientations to the appropriate role of government in people’s lives.
Then she saw the 4x8-foot sign slowly emerge, taped to the garage door. But we both still have posters in our apartments of our respective candidates. Think of it as a way for you to define & defend your own beliefs.
Susan Stallard, 67, met her husband, Jeff, in a computer class.
They’ve been married 42 years: “I’m supportive of the public good; he thinks the less government the better. Look for what values you share, and what qualities attracted you to each other.”Sara’s from Boston and NYC, and comes from a close-knit Jewish family, and, as you might expect, is 100 percent dyed-in-the-wool liberal.
The next morning, with tears in my eyes, I told Nisim we were going to have to get divorced because I could not live with him for the next four years. We’re just not going to talk about politics for the next four years.”We’re now 15 months post-election and, for the most part, that’s how we’ve handled it.
We live by the mantra, ‘It’s just politics.’”Every day I read the news and know that my husband’s reaction is likely the complete opposite of mine.