If this is the case, compromise and understanding are necessary on both sides.At first this might be uncomfortable, but if you are compassionate and communicative with one another, a rhythm can be established to nurture a loving relationship between the Veggie and the Omnivore.
You can set a boundary by making sure you aren’t personally buying the products, such as by establishing separate funds for each other’s dietary needs. The person you want to spend your time or your life with might not be a Vegan or Vegetarian.
The first step is to sign up for a profile, and validate it by responding to the confirmation email you will receive.
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I’m not talking the superficial, “I need him to be 6’3” stuff; I’m talking the substantive qualities that by experience you have found that you NEED in a partner to complement and inspire you, and the cruddy, undesirable qualities you don’t want making your life all toxic.
I can’t define these for you, but there are some exercises that can help you move toward clarity: For some folks, veganism is a dietary preference, and they don’t mind if their partner is a meat-loving BBQ pit-master, or they don’t expect others to follow suit.