Political conversations have become a huge part of dating. During the election season, Trump supporters who opposed Clinton weren't sure their candidate would become President.
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How you raise a family, where you live, how you spend your money and free time — your party affiliation can dictate most of the major decisions you make together.
Before you blow them off completely, consider the pros of dating someone from the other side of politics. Maybe your time would be better spent with someone who won't be offended by your core beliefs.
Before you throw down in your next debate, agree on a simple code of ethics. After a few dates, you might still be on the fence about whether to keep seeing them. A politically polarized relationship will remind you that your happiness doesn't depend on you winning every argument. But it also might expose you to movies, literature, sports, and hobbies that you'd never try on your own. If you don't think you can tolerate their differences, that's OK. Relationships are exhausting enough political tension. Do you really want to walk on eggshells every time you broach a divisive issue?