That being said, we love each other and respect each other's religious beliefs. If my husband has questions, he asks and, though he assures me he will never convert to my beliefs, we are able to be open and communicate. Nothing is off limits for us. I think that is the thing that makes it work for us....communicate. In my opinion, if you can't communicate, you may as well throw in the towel. I personally don't see the issue with being "unevenly yoked", but I am sure there are many who experience things. It all comes down to compromising. If you aren't willing to bend, being unevenly yoked will never work.
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