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For those of you reading: the next time you begin to judge a relationship that looks “different” because of age, race, disability, or something else, catch yourself and stop.
Be a catalyst for change: start with yourself and aid others in shedding stereotypes.
So, how do I cope when the judgments become overwhelming?
I have learned a few things to help me get by, and to remind me that our love is worth fighting for:1.
No one can predict what lies ahead, and no one knows if they will be with someone forever, however long “forever” may be.2.
I believe that this is someone else’s issue and not my own.
My boyfriend and I are not immune to the effects of these judgments.
Just a month ago, we had to have talk about whether or not we should stay together or break up — simply because of the pressure put on us from hearing so many critical opinions about our relationship.
People in our lives also expressed the fear that if we were to stay together, we may never have a “normal” life.
I have now resolved that it is not my job to win other people over.
I now realize that it is not my role to win over family, friends, or anyone else who may wish to make a statement about our relationship.
on a date, because I actually broke every dating rule out there, and invited him over to my house to watch a football game and share dinner.
Also note that this was not because I had some notion that we would end up together long-term, but rather because I was embarrassed to be seen in public with him because of our age difference. At the time, I thought that people would judge us and stare, or even worse, someone might mistake him for my son.