5. You knew I wasn't interested in your religion when we married. And, I never will be.
6. I'd hoped you would relinquish your beliefs after we were married for a little while. Our marriage would be so much simpler, if you would.
7. I will never convert to your religion. I will not attend any services or family gatherings related to your religious beliefs, without feeling awkward to say the least, and resentful. That resentment may well build over our lives and cause issues as we attempt to deal with life's worries, troubles and the growth and development of our children.
8. I love you, but I don't want to put you through all of that for me. So, we need to talk this out with a counselor from church and one from the secular world. I don't see any other way we can both feel represented, and I don't want you to feel forced to do anything. I care too much for you.
9. What do you think?
"I'm significant!! Screamed the dust speck." - Bill Watterson
"And this, too, shall pass away."
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