Muslim rules for dating
He realized he wanted to fast for Ramadan and take it seriously and I was definiately supporting him. At first I was offended but then I accepted and went home to my mom's to give him space.We ended up doing dinner on the weekend and to my surprise he drank wine at dinner and ate before sunset!
He went from partying bachlor to settled down man with his lady. We haven't even talked about future plans but we take the relationship day by day.Do I get out - because i'm not in his plans right now I wont be down the road?or Do I stay for the fact of being together and focusing on our own individual paths? You could just wait until after Ramadan to see what happens. well i know when we start talking after he enjoys his space i will make sure i put tell him my in no rush for marriage or kids and i know i will never get in the way of his family.Remember that they like to share everything, including plates..they are very Romantic, proud of their heritage and stubborn at times. In Islam, any form of sex (oral sex or intercourse sex) is not allowed without marriage per religion. However, if you committed this sin you must repent, intend not to make it again, and ask God for forgiveness. Also courting has more rules and regulations ( although they change from person to person ).