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Included in the number who totally disagree is the guy I’m dating/seeing. Do you think my point of view on this is dated (pun intended) and I should change it to reflect dating in this app area?

Yes, I told him I was writing this post and asked his thoughts. Or tell me potato, patahto- let’s call the whole thing off!

When we reached a standoff in understanding, we shared articles written by other people from our viewpoints.

Turns out we have polar opposite views on these two confounding words. The explanation for this dating/seeing confusion, as I see it, seems to lie in the biggest scapegoat of modern romance: Hookup Culture.

He thinks we’re seeing each other, I think we’re dating: Communication Fail. We’re both on the same page, just uh, looking at different words? So I gave this stupid syntax wayyyyy more thought than it ever deserved.

Here are three lessons that have guided me in my interfaith relationship.1. My partner and I have moments of experimenting with belief systems to better relate to each other.

For the sake of a conversation, I would adopt his atheist hat and mindfully allow my walls to drop.

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