and if that happens, it's time to say "Check, please! Once you’re in a serious relationship with someone, things change a bit. The first thing that needs to be established is what you each expect from the other person.
Do you want your partner to attend open rituals with you?
In fact, a New York–based modern Orthodox rabbi recently told me the prospect of his son marrying a non-Jew was "the nightmare scenario." Almost every couple I know, however, is an interfaith couple.
One big assumption made by most online dating sites is that birds of a feather flock together.Accept that the other person’s belief system may well be valid for them, even if it’s not the right path for you.Okay, so you were maybe raised Christian and you think it’s illogical – clearly it wasn’t the right religion for you.But that doesn’t mean your spouse isn’t in the right place spiritually.In fact, he may think Wicca makes no sense because you honor a whole bunch of gods and goddesses, instead of just one.Respect the idea that religion is a very personal thing, and that each person will eventually find the path that is right for them – even if it’s not the same as yours. " At least, you shouldn't be saying that if you want any respect in return.