I am married to a wonderful, intelligent, funny, smart and caring man who treats me like a queen. He's also Mormon. I am not Mormon, but I'm not anything else either, I just know that I could NEVER be a Mormon. I know I should have sorted this out before I married him and now four and a half years later I'm struggling and I don't know what to do. My main concern is how we'll raise children. I am completely opposed to many of the Mormon teachings, but when I bring it up to my husband he gets angry and defensive. I really need an objective opinion from someone. Please help, thank you
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