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  1. Yeah, I know this is the best advice I can get. It's just tough, because if she doesn't want anything more, I'm perfectly cool just remaining her friend, but then if you reveal your feelings and they don't reciprocate, it has to potential to make things awkward...but I guess, nothing ventured, nothing gained, right?
  2. Oh yeah, I of course understand that Buddhism and Islam are entirely different. I just said that to say that I have been going through a period in my life where I have become slightly more spiritual. I mean, I don't know, I know you are not supposed to convert out of love for someone, and I wouldn't consider it unless we had seen each other for a while and I knew that she was "the one" but if that happened, who knows what could happen... But how am I supposed to know if she is "the one" unless I can get somewhat closer to her?
  3. Would I be able to get a reason for why I should "just move on?" or some context? Also, thanks for the advice creatingsmiles, though my situation is slightly different, as I've read that Muslim men can date Jewish and Christian women, but Muslim women cannot date or marry outside their religion. Of course, I'm sure it is all based on what the family believes or is willing to accept...
  4. Hi everyone, I'm looking for advice on here because I'm not sure who to ask (though I may ask another one of my female muslim friends for advice if I see her). Through a mutual university group, I met a muslim girl about 3 years ago and became pretty good friends with her. We've always got along great and enjoyed each others company when we're in the group. I've always kind of had a thing for her, and I've sensed that she's always liked me a bit more too. She's basically everything I'm looking for; really intelligent, cute, pretty, sweet, is one of the few people I've met with the exact
  5. I've been reading this thread and think the advice is great. I was wondering if the same philosophy would work if you're the dumper. Basically, I had to end my relationship of 4 months that was going well and we had a great connection because of my depression/OCD. I knew I was withdrawing from her, so I ended it to be honest and fair to her, said that we would just stay friends for now, and maybe it could work out in the future when I had mentally sorted myself out. This was heartbreaking for her, but she understood. 2 weeks after that, she got asked out by another guy and within a week and a
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