I'm in love with an atheist woman but am not an atheist, can that kind of relationship work at all? I don't wanna convert her.
Most Helpful Girl
My parents are different religions, and my siblings and I are non-religious. They never forced it on us, but if we had questions for either or both, they would always answer. If we didn't they never pressured us. I'd like to think that's how would be.
If my future husband is religious, I'd like to think we would approach our kid (s) the same way. Not push them one way or another, but answer questions if they want to know more. If they are religious, that is fine. It's their life and their journey, and I'll support them.1
Most Helpful Guy
It's their choice when they are old enough to make their own decision. It can be made available to them but never forced upon them. I'm an atheist, and I've been in relationships with varying degrees of religious women. Only once did it not work out because of religion and that was (excuse me for saying this) because she was bat shit crazy. When I told her I was an atheist, she assaulted me, refused to return a credit card I loaned her earlier in the day, forcing me to cancel it, and demanded I leave her home while simultaneously blocking my ability to leave. Then three days later, she put her son up to asking if we could get back together. Like I said, bat shit crazy.0