Dating someone with opposite political beliefs

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Over the years that we have been together my beliefs have become more anti government and my husband has become more middle of the road.

We respect each other enough to allow the other to have their own thoughts and feelings about things. Funnily enough I have a much older friend who is widowed.

Just as long as they were like me on politics and it wasn't a big deal. Just because she was into the agricultural movement while I am strictly Hunter/Gatherer, does not mean I would be opposed to dating her. I could change my views and settle down in one place to grow roots rather than having to follow the herd.

Or she might decide that fresh meat every now and than was preferable to always having granola.

More importantly, it was the perfect time to tap on our relatives' feet and then scurry away before they could catch us.

I probably could, but there are specific issues that I would not be able to get past if we disagreed on them... There are pictures all over her house of each of them with various presidents.

Accepting influence is exactly what it sounds like, it means that if you want a happy relationship listen to your partner and their ideas as though their point of view is interesting and valid.

It doesn't mean you have to agree with everything they say but you accept their opinions as valid."According to Match's 2015 Singles in America survey, a survey of more than 5,500 singles ages 18 to 70 in the U.

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