It's just that our common beliefs don't mesh with Christmas, so we won't do it. It's a joint decision.And see it like that, at least we don't have to spend money on the presents lol
I hear that! I used to get so stressed out buying family presents. I now tell people it’s a religious holiday and gifts are only supposed to be a symbol. (Not a dollar amount, or amount of presents per person). So, I only buy what people consider to be ‘stocking stuffers’... e. g. chocolates, bottles of wine etc. That way, I don’t start the new year debt.
We are not Christian, and we surely don't support Totalitarianism (whatever its link to Christmas is), so no tree.We don't need that stuff or "ideologies" to celebrate our relationship.
Ok so why the question of, are you putting up a Christmas tree with your partner, if you have no belief in Christian idiolagy?A relationdhip is Christian idiolagy but not limited to just that religion. I'm not being an ass, most people think we are born with the idea of a relationship, but I'm sure it's just social conditioning. Dosent matter
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I understand.Ironically we have chosen to not celebrate Christmas because we have renounced Christianity, but I know that many people here substitute Christmas with another kind of festivity, more centered on Jesus and without decorations/Christmas stuff.
Yes, that's what we do, we reunite and spend time as a family.
You may want to rethink that as Christmas IS NOT tied to ANY pagan holiday! Go to gotquestions dot org and look up "Is Christmas a pagan holiday?" You'll be surprised what you find!
First time hearing that.
I'm sorry. I hope you're healing.
I am thank you
You're welcome, and I'm glad.