I'm a non-believer and my wife is an ex-Mormon. We go to church together
and we also go to Zen meditation centers together. It works. We respect each
others. Love is stronger than any faith ... in the early days our faiths almost
ruined us. Love prevailed!
Agreed. My spouse is Mormon and I consider myself Agnostic. Yet we get along and
we respect each others beliefs. I sometimes attend church meetings with him to
be supportive. So it can work. Maybe not for everyone, but it can work.
I have been married to a faithful, temple-attending LDS woman for over 25 years.
It has never been a problem for her or me, but it has been a problem for so many
Ward members and missionaries. They just can't seem to swallow the idea
that we love each other and are devoted to one another. One bishop even asked
her why she stays with me because doing so is denying her from enjoying the
ultimate, full blessings of the temple. She said a few choice words to that
bishop and walked out of his office. The intolerance in the Church is really a
downer for people like us.