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We asked the guys from "Dating Muslims" to share their best dating advice with us:

1. Don't feel threatened

"There is so much in life to worry about. When you find yourself in the position of having no choices, it is important to remember that the world is made up of uae girls other people and that it is not your place to judge other people. Be patient, because in the end indian matrimonial sites in canada it may be their decision."

2. Take care of your self-esteem

"The people around you will always tell you that you're not enough, and they'll be right. Do not let that cloud your ability to look for someone that's going to fill the void in your life. Asking for someone's opinion on whether you're pretty or not will always be a mistake. You have to accept the fact that others aren't your judge and jury. You can do whatever you want and they will not care. They can judge you if they wish and you have nothing to worry about. But be sure to keep your head down and your self-esteem in check."

3. Think about the future

"Be prepared to say NO to every offer that is offered to you, not just one or two. It is OK to ask for advice and guidance, but only if you are prepared to pay for it. If you are willing to put yourself in the situation of having to explain yourself, then you are more than capable of handling that. Ask for someone who can help you with all your questions and help you find the right solution. They are the ones who are there for you when it is time to move forward. You have to be prepared to move forward and ask for help when you do. It is not OK to ask them to do this for you."

— Aisha Bewley

There are plenty of good things to say about the book and the author, but the main thing to remember is that this is not the end of this journey for her. As she writes in the end of the book, "I have to live my life to the fullest. I'm not done. I've come a long way, and it's going to be good to go back. I'll continue to be a good person and take the next step. We are all unique. That's vivastreet pakistani what makes us human. And it's all about you, you're unique too. Keep going."

The best way I can describe the message was something along the lines of 'don't waste time on dating muslims, don't date muslims, date people who are like you'.

It was a really positive, inspiring message, I thought. I could feel my heart starting to pound in my chest. It made me think of all the amazing things that I would be able to accomplish if I went on to do a bit of research and read up on all those people in the world who look like me. I had heard the message and was going to send an email asking if she thought I was being rude by sending it. Instead I decided to ask for advice instead and wrote an email.

"Hi, I'm trying to find out more about muslims and how I can get to know them better. I have just moved to London and want to meet some muslims I have known on the internet. I've been a bit overwhelmed with the amount of questions I'm getting, so I thought I'd ask my sweedish men friend and mentor who is now teaching Islam in London, Ismail, for advice. My friend told me she muslims marriage would help me out, but she didn't know what I would need to do to meet muslims." I didn't expect the kind of response she did. The first day she messaged me she didn't even know I was an American. In one night I was inundated with questions. "Hi Ismail, I've read your book and I think you have a good idea about what you think muslims will look like in a few years time. I want to ask you a few questions, but first, I just need to know the best way to meet some muslims? I know your opinion on the religion is very conservative, but you seem like a really nice guy. Do you think muslims are too closed-minded about their beliefs?" "Hi, I'm an Atheist/Agnostic and my answer was yes I think so, but I'm going to be honest with you, I don't know how to meet any muslims. If you look at my facebook page you can see what I'm looking for, so I'm not looking for anybody by the way. I'm also a vegetarian so I'm not really interested in people who are meat eaters. It's funny, I even saw a guy with a vegetarian mask on in a restaurant. He looked edmonton muslim really cool to me but I don't really see any meat eaters around here. I'd love to meet some muslims, but they're probably not too much of a problem, but I would love to meet someone who was like me and would like to live with me and my family. What are the best ways to meet muslims?" "This is probably the most difficult question, and the most interesting one. I really don't know much about this, so I'm probably going to give an answer that's slightly more interesting than most people will ever get. First of all, it seems to be that you have to be more or less into the muslim faith to get accepted by someone who is. A lot of people go to mosque to pray, but the way it is now, you have to be very religious to get in.