What To Do When You Leave The LDS Faith And Your Spouse Doesn’t

Being in a marriage with a believer of Mormonism is hard when you see evidence everywhere to refute that belief.  Logical arguments roll over and over in my head and all end with the same conclusion that Joseph Smith made up Mormonism. However, the more I bring it up the stronger he believes.

I realize that it is time to give up and just accept that he will be a Mormon forever. The problem is that it doesn’t seem fair that I attend an hour of church with him and the family every Sunday and have to sit through home teachers every month, yet my husband isn’t doing anything to support me. If I refuse to attend than it makes me look like the bad guy to my own kids. I become the villan. I become the one who is anti-family. I’m not sure what to do.

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