And I tried to go with him but I ended up alone for 6-7 hours so is not funny for me.
Am i being fool for think that?
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It is important in a relationship to allow the other half to have interests of his/her own.
My boyfriend is a football/sports freak. I, however, am not. Like, at all. I find ways to be with him AND allow him his sports. One way is to sit on the couch, cuddling and reading a book while he watches. He tries to teach me the game in return. We are together, that's what matters.
If he surfs, go with him. Watch and learn, play in the waves, read a book, relax on the beach. You will be respected for being part of this important aspect of his life.
I knew going in that I would be a football widow. I was willing to do that because I care about him; what's important to him is important to me. It would be senseless to act jealous over a "thing," and would damage what we have.
Accept his passion and learn to roll with it. Doesn't mean he prefers it, just that it is a very important thing to him. It should by default be important to you as well. It's not easy, but worth it when you make the attempt to accept it.
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