we dont agree on anything political like the war, abortion, president

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Wow this is a difficult situation but yaw might be able to help...ok i have a gf but she is a not so devoted catholic and im a very devoted protostant and we dont agree on anything political like the war, abortion, president...ect. i dont know if i will be able to stay with her with all of our differences. at the same time i have a close friend that i have dated before but broke up with because i was worried about my image and i realise that it was shallow but now she is dating one of my best friends and they are happy together and im happy for them and hope that they last for a long time but me and her went on a retreat with our church and other friends and me and her seem to still have feelings for each other but i dont want to say anything and mess up wut they have cause i dont want either of them to hate me.

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You are right to say nothing about your feelings.

Too much chance of ruining your relationship with them.

Your current girlfriend doesn't seem right for you unless you can avoid controverial topics. My advice is to work hard on avoiding those topics and grow closer together on those things about which you agree.

Good luck to you!

-- from George
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