And now a video on “How to Date a Member of the Opposite Party”: For additional tips on relationships and politics check out Shine’s article and visit Howcast for their steps from the video. Would you date or marry someone who doesn’t share your same political views?
Dating someone with opposite political beliefs
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If you both see the world differently, your romance might not stand a chance.
Political opposition could be the kiss of death to your potential new relationship.
If there is frustration about an issue, that level of frustration is often shared between the two of us as we realize the impact this election’s outcome will have on our family.
At the end of the day our core beliefs and values mirror one another, but this isn’t the case for all couples.
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At some point between your second or third round of drinks, you started blabbing about this year's insane election drama. Opposing political views can be tricky to navigate, but they don't have to be a dating deal breaker. (In other words, hold yourself to a higher standard than this year's presidential candidates.) If the rules get broken by either side, you have permission to end the conversation. Just listen to what they have to say, and then move on to a more agreeable topic.