So why do I date all these other guys when I know my religion is important to me?
Well, I see it as either I will be alone or with someone who is not Orthodox.
My parents tell me to give them a try because they are converts and firmly believe that people can change, which I also believe.
On the flip side, my friends keep telling me I shouldn’t bother giving anyone a chance who isn’t a Christian.
Where you live is not far from many other Orthodox communities. For example: -Start a blog and link to other Orthodox Christians. -Use Tumblr or Twitter or Facebook to find Orthodox users Real-life options include: -Go to college conference on Real Break to be a counselor at an Orthodox camp It sounds like you have a lot of anxiety about finding the right person and get conflicting advice from family members.And it was hard for her to learn that you can love someone from over there without having to let them become close or involved in your life. Since there isn’t currently someone that you’re considering getting married to, we suggest focusing on other areas of your life.Depending on your age, and this may sound really boring but bear with us, we mean going to church and regularly participating in confession and communion, making friends with quality people, working towards goals, for instance in fitness or writing or crafting, getting an education, getting a job, traveling.Given the deep-rooted traditions in the Greek Orthodox Church, many members want to look for dating opportunities specifically with other adherents.Here at Eligible Greeks, we cater to Greek singles who want to experience Greek dating with other like-minded individuals, including the faithful Greek Orthodox population.
If the choice is between being alone or being with someone heterodox and unhealthy for you, choose to be single.