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When we become unequally yoked, as in Muslim/Christian marriage.leads to some unintended consequences that may not be apparent in the beginning.Cultural issue become more of a focal point than they need to be as you search for common ground and beliefs.Even if your not "religious" this issue will come up, especially after you have children. On the surface, we would appear not to have much in common, but the building block we have is Faith, and that is a solid base.My husband believes fully in leaving the mother and father and cleaving to one's wife. Then its the children, his work and his extended family.I trust him in all regards and he truly admired by many in our community as a man of honor.So for those of you having issues with your Persian Princes, first check out what you have in common, especially faith-wise.
I love my husband dearly.there are cultural differences, but these are things I can easily live with and many are quite endearing. He treats me with the utmost respect, more than any man I have ever known.
and then decide whether to pursue this relationship further or to walk away and save yourself a whole bunch of pain and heartache.
You can't force two un-fitting pieces to fit to make a stable and comfortable relationship.
I do not think his family would ever accept me (my now ex-boyfriend told me as much).
And I don't think I would have patience to try, try, beg and beg some more to be loved by him and his family.