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Muslim men are very passionate about their beliefs and their traditions and many people will see this as a highly attractive quality.

However it does also mean that you are taking on both the man and his values and while you don't necessarily have to agree with them (the Muslim faith does not discriminate between religions), you will have to make sure that you are happy making compromises and comfortable with your partner's views just as in any inter-religion relationship.

Forget Stereotypes The first thing to do is to drop any preconceived notions you have of Muslims.

At the present time Muslims are not getting the best press, and this is of course due to extremism.

If i chose this path my parents would neglect me and if he stays with me his parents would neglect him.

We care,respect and love for each other alot but our parents come first in our life.

I understand why, I really do, but personally as a woman of 41 years old that still wants to have children, am I kidding myself to think that he might eventually come around or that it could even work at all?

If he is telling you to convert as you mention, you need to ask him why. Secondly, you must and I have to reinstate this, you must only do what you feel is right in your heart. If it comes from the bottom of your heart and it's what YOU want to do, then by all means do your research and do what you feel is best.

There's no way on living earth you can just convert to another religion for the sake of a relationship or the love you have for him. Parents are very important without a doubt, maybe you should take the time to speak to his parents and vice versa. If you think Islam may be good for you, it's another story.

From the beginning it has been clear that there are obstacles to our being together and we kept it very casual and light, but in the past few months we have become much, much closer and he expressed his love for me, and now I have allowed myself to love him very dearly also.

However, what just happened a couple hours ago brought our true situation very present to me.

I understand why, I really do, but personally as a woman of 41 years old that still wants to have children, am I kidding myself to think that he might eventually come around or that it could even work at all?

If he is telling you to convert as you mention, you need to ask him why. Secondly, you must and I have to reinstate this, you must only do what you feel is right in your heart. If it comes from the bottom of your heart and it's what YOU want to do, then by all means do your research and do what you feel is best.

There's no way on living earth you can just convert to another religion for the sake of a relationship or the love you have for him. Parents are very important without a doubt, maybe you should take the time to speak to his parents and vice versa. If you think Islam may be good for you, it's another story.

From the beginning it has been clear that there are obstacles to our being together and we kept it very casual and light, but in the past few months we have become much, much closer and he expressed his love for me, and now I have allowed myself to love him very dearly also.

However, what just happened a couple hours ago brought our true situation very present to me.

He is so liberal in so many ways but I’m very uncomfortable being a secret when we have professed such deep love for each other…and he’s not just saying it, it’s true for him.