I remember reading that series in some women's magazine, Ladies Home Journal, I think. It was always interesting as both the husband and wife would lay out their gripes about what they felt was wrong with the marriage. Then the counselor would put her two cents in and the marriage would be saved! I don't remember reading one where the counselor said, "There's nothing worth saving. Let it go." Maybe there has been but I've blocked it out.
Which leads me to "interfaith marriage", for lack of a better term. When a husband and wife don't agree on their religious beliefs, or lack of. If two people go into marriage knowing that they have differing views, I'm sure it's difficult enough. But if one spouse's beliefs change after many years of marriage, what then? Is it possible to completely realign a relationship at that point? And if the marriage wasn't particularly strong to begin with? I've been pondering this question for months and have come up with nothing. Just going around and around and around with the same questions with no answers. And for someone who doesn't like to think, it's been torture.
So I'm throwing this question out there to the internet. Has anyone been through this and what happened? Can this marriage be saved? Or should it?