Dating someone with opposite political views
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In an interview with Reuters, Californian Gayle McCormick, 73, said she and her husband of 22 years decided to split up after he mentioned that he planned to vote for Trump. Though her husband ended up writing in former House of Representatives Speaker Newt Gingrich at the ballot box instead, the damage was already done. Like the McCormicks, 30 percent of married households contain a mismatched partisan pair, according to data site FiveThirtyEight. Not surprisingly, that can evoke a defensive response in him, which I sometimes interpret as Tom being in agreement with Trump. When arguments get too heated and Maguire is responsible, she takes full ownership for stirring things up. She added:
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Rather than change my views or prove that opposites attract, it did nothing but make me understand that my dealbreakers are there for a reason. If a guy holds views that are so radically different from my own, it means our world views are radically different too. Being with a person who sees things in a way I generally find blatantly wrong is just not for me. Being with a guy with opposing political views meant constantly arguing about politics.
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How To Love Someone With Opposite Political Views
Some say opposites attract, and others note that differences make couples stronger. But when social and political views differ between partners, things can get tricky, to say the least. In our increasingly divided nation , with our rampant social media posting, and leading up to the midterms, politics is none too easy to avoid.
This article is from the archive of our partner. Can you, if you are a Democrat, even, perhaps, not an actively campaigning one, but one who would certainly never deign to vote for Mitt Romney, consider in good faith a Republican as a possible suitor? Can you, if you are a Republican, ever love someone who believes in the presidency of Barack Obama? Are such politically star-crossed lovers as Mary Matalin and James Carville a relationship unicorn?