I think that I may be a terrible person.
You see, half a year ago I was asked out by a close friend, and in a mixture of shock and flattery I accepted. Initially I thought that I loved her too, but as time wore on I found myself grasping for common interests, and realised that we had none.
Even after all of this time I have yet to introduce her to either of my parents, or properly speak with her about our future together, and the difficulties facing an atheist and an avid christian in a relationship.
...seriously? so youre not cut out for each other. big deal. how does this make either of you bad people. most relationships dont work out, thats why we fucking date to begin with. youre what, 18? 19? its not like she expected you to fucking marry her.
I think it would be right to split up. Don't blame yourself too harshly for it. You've spent some time close to her and realized that the relationship isn't for you (I assume because you say you have no shared interests). That's not something you could've been expected to know for sure at the beginning of the relationship.
considerin the population of human, not surprise you found the wrong person
I found myself in a very similar situation and I can feel your pain, so like >>3 said, man. Suck it up and tell her the truth, it was a mistake, sure it'll hurt her and you'll feel like a bastard for a while but if you go on trying to keep this going it'll only get worse, because you both could miss out on better opportunities and like >>5 said, there are so many people out there that you gotta keep trying.
leave her, just use some excuse like were from two different worlds i need to forcus on my education, works every time! xx