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Dear MIMsters: We’ve Been Through a Lot Together But I May Have To Let Him Go

Dear MIMsters: We’ve Been Through a Lot Together But I May Have To Let Him Go

Please I seriously need help on this. Even though we’ve been through a lot together, I may have to let my guy go.

My and I boyfriend started dating on March 9, 2014. In the beginning, our relationship was rocky because he is a lady’s man. The women usually ask him out a lot and he does not know how to tell them that he is in a relationship. Eventually, our relationship became smooth.

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His parents are above 60 years old and he is the only child of his family. His parents wants him to get married soon and start having kids because they are getting really old and so would like to see their grandchildren soon.

So, I decided to take him home to my parents. After some discussions, my father voiced his thoughts against our relationship because he is a Muslim and I’m a Christian. Even though he asked me to go ahead if I wanted to, he told me that he won’t spend a dime on my wedding.

Presently, my guy has started giving me attitude all because his parents are putting pressure on him to get married. I have tried all I can to convince my dad about my choice but he has bluntly refused. Meanwhile, my guy and I have been through a lot together. I do not know if I should just let him go and seek love elsewhere, even though I know this won’t be easy. This guy is 28 and I am 27.

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I need your advice on what I should do.

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  • I am not biased but me personally, I don’t like it when a Christian marries a Muslim, my candid advice is that youvheed your father’s advice. A broken relationship is better than a broken marriage.if he wants to leave, let him, you will find love again.

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