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This post was edited by Smaug at 2013-4-23 21:09|
Wow, lots of thoughts on this one. For me, it is an easy decision: love.
Also, look at it this way: would the family still support the current relationship if they knew neither person was faithful to the other? Would they just tell the couple "Shape up, and be faithful to this person you don't love." I bet not.
If I were this girl's "mister", I wouldn't wait long. If she has to stop and THINK of whether she should be with me, whom she supposedly loves, or her current boyfriend, whom she doesn't love but her family approves of, I would be gone in a heartbeat.
I want to be with someone who KNOWS I'm the one.
Michael, I don't think you're doing the right thing by not advising her, since you refer to yourself as her mentor. She can make her own decisions after considering your advice. As a mentor, you don't have to push her in one direction or the other, but you CAN turn her head; make her see from a new point of view.
She is in one of those situations in which the solution is obvious to onlookers, but not to her, since she's emotionally embroiled in it.