“It’s wrong,” she said, “I know it’s wrong.”
“Have you told him that?” I asked.
“He knows I disagree, but I haven’t come out and said it.”
She explained she had a tendency to tell him what to do and his response was never good. Usually, voicing her strong opinion only motivated him to show her he knew better. She felt it best to let him come to the conclusion himself to avoid the bad patterns they followed in the past. So she agreed to let him invite some people from the organization over to discuss what it was all about.
“I’m his wife,” she said, “If he’s going to go on this journey, I’m not letting him do it alone.”
Find the rest of the story in my guest post at Spiritually Unequal Marriage.