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AmoreXOX Advice

As you guys know, I give relationship advice. But I want to be in touch with the real world, this is where “AmoreXOX” come from. AmoreXOX is where the floor is yours, you share your personal relationship problems and questions that you have for me and I will answer them. I want to touch my fans that read my blog, and I want to know more about you guys. So here are two women sharing their relationship problems with me which feel so amazing. Again, if you any relationship questions, or relationship problems you like to share with email me at
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Hi AmoreXOX,
I been dating this man for 2 months, everything about him is perfect. He has the perfect smile, loves kids, and want to get married in 3 years which is good cuz my last relationship ended because I wanted to get married. He everything I want in a man, but he is Catholic. Growing up I been a Baptist all my life, and my last relationship ended because of my religion and this time I'm not willing to lose a guy over my faith. What should I do, should I switch over to his faith; or I just wait to see where the relationship goes before I worry about our faiths?

B.Wilson, 32

Well first off, the relationship is way too early to be discussing you leaving your faith. This relationship is new, and while he painting the picture as the perfect guy now he can easily be a con artist. However, it was shown that spirituality/religion are one of the top leading causes of failed relationship. And with over %56 of men claiming to be an atheist, it nice to meet a man of faith. However, while you can switch over for him, you will not be happy because you putting your happiness on hold. Even though I feel like your faith shouldn’t be a deal breaker in a relationship, for other it can be a deal breaker. But even though I think you should wait, before jumping shifts into his religion. Research his faith, and make sure it’s something you want to believe in.

Hey AmoreXOX 
Me, and my boyfriend been together for 7 years engaged for 5 years. When I said "yes", I knew that he was the man that I wanted to spend the rest of my life with him. But now I see that he not the one, and I want to enjoy my life as a single woman. And now his family, and my family are pressuring me to pick a date. I can also tell that he is ready for me to be his wife as well, how can I tell him that I'm not ready for marriage and I no longer want to be with him, and how can I break the news to my family?

J.Sookram 27

Well when it comes to marriage I don’t play with it. As many failed relationships, I had I know for a fact that I want to get married once. So, I get where you mind is at you feel like if you rush into marriage then won’t know what is truly out there. But you must have asked yourself what made you fall out of love with him? Because if you been engaged for 5 years, this means when you said yes that you knew you didn’t want to married him in the first place. Marriage is not to be taking lightly, so if you know that you not ready then tell him. Let him know that you think it best to part ways, even if you don’t want to hurt his feeling you can’t avoid hurting his feeling. And you can’t also worry about your family as well, your happiness is important If not even more. If you want to find yourself, before you say “I Do” then do that finding your peace is important.

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Emma Lena said…
Hi.....The most important relationship advice for men is that it is completely normal to lose the initial glamour. You cannot feel that way your whole life and so you don't need to over react to this situation. Simply because the glamour is lost does not mean that the other person have become unbearable who just seemed so much to you a while back. Act with maturity and don't make haste decisions.Read more-Relationship Advice For Men

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