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By  Bogrbon  |  18

He’s probably worried you’ll try and force that lifestyle choice on him. It’s his prerogative what values he sees as important. He could just have easily ended it for political or religious affiliation, and while a bit short sighted, it isn’t necessarily wrong to not date someone whose values don’t match yours.

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By  Bogrbon  |  18

He’s probably worried you’ll try and force that lifestyle choice on him. It’s his prerogative what values he sees as important. He could just have easily ended it for political or religious affiliation, and while a bit short sighted, it isn’t necessarily wrong to not date someone whose values don’t match yours.

I'm engaged to someone with food restrictions. He can't eat pork. IT SUCKS. It is not his fault, but still, the substitutions I have to make are frustrating.
I don't blame your ex for not wanting to sign himself up to deal with that for the rest of his life

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Yeah but there is a difference between bodily issues and choices. I agree to both sides but I am giving you good luck and great credit for sticking with your SO through their own difficult situation.

By  tounces7  |  26

It's funny how many people put "YDI" it, probably not because she actually did deserve it in this instance, but because they're tired of arrogant vegetarians pushing their lifestyle in your face.

By  Taurus_ChicKa  |  36

Why are there so many YDI votes? OP has the option to become a vegetarian if she wants to. Now, if she was trying to make her boyfriend do the same thing, then yes she deserves it. But the post doesn't seem to indicate that.