My husband (who I am separated from) is a conservative republican and I am a liberal democrate. We have been married 4 years, together 7. These differences played a big role in our recent separation. We often ended up in heated arguments about various issues. I did not believe in the war and he supported it, he liked bush and I did not. He a strong right christian and I a liberal christian. Do you think two people with such different core beliefs can make it in a marriage. Some of our other issues I think can be worked thru, but I am not sure about being able to work thru our basic beliefs and values. Has anyone ever lived this in a relationship or have a view about it. I really need some help on this one. This is where I am stuck with decididng if I should try to work on this or if I would again become very upset and unhappy being with someone with these beliefs. I normally do not hang out with people who share those beliefs.
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