All the same, I told my husband before he came to the U. A., I could only stay in this state and that I was still a student. As for the Muslim kids, I just can no longer agree to this. My husband acts annoyed by me instead of comforting me. I am also trying to find out what the turning point was for you. My husband was visiting me for the past few days and this friend of his kept calling, so I screamed while my husband was on the phone and this prompted him to recite talaq. Anyway, from what I understand, you are not practicing any religion right now. I am obviously Christian and even if I can’t get my husband to convert to my religion.I told him, even though before our marriage I agreed to appease him, this was before I knew the truth about Islam. His ultimatum about Muslim kids has hurt me beyond belief. My only hope is that this man will convert to Christianity. Do you have any suggestions for talking to Muslims? My husband does not even like to admit there are apostates in Islam! I am not sure if you are agnostic or atheist or if I’m wrong and you are into some type of religion, but may I ask, did you always have doubts about Islam or were you at one time devoted? Is there any way I can get him to see the faults with Islam?The truth is that the best thing for you is to get out of this so called marriage. I don’t discard the possibility that there might have been some sort of intelligence behind the laws of physics, but I don’t believe in any god intervening in the affairs or the design of the world. People believing in Jesus and God can see miracles happen in their lives. If you can believe in Jesus this is the moment that your faith can come to your help and pull you literally out of this nightmare you have put yourself in. They are narcissists, all of them, and to the extent that they follow their prophet.All those dreams and those spiritual experiences you are having are telling you that you need to get away from this abusive relationship. But he is emotionally abusing you and these abuses become more intense as you become more dependent on him emotionally. The insanity of one man is bequeathed to his followers and they all show the symptoms of malignant self-love. The reason your husband and his family and friends disdain and belittle you is because they are narcissists. It is by demeaning others that Muslims can feel good about themselves.Now I know, I can’t raise my kids to hate me and my culture and religion, while being close to him and his family who hate me. My two year wedding anniversary is coming up and I know everything is over. I just want some peace, even if him and me leave each other tomorrow, I care about him and want him to see the truth one day. He dismisses it as they are liars or trying to get U. Every time I try to have conversations with him to discuss the violence in Islam and the hate Muslims have for non-Muslims, he accuses me of being racist or tells me if I respect him I wouldn’t talk about his religion.For a while, he seemed open to the idea that kids should be what their mom is. My family supports me, but they don’t want to hear me talk about my problems with him. Do you know of a group for women like me, currently married to Muslim men or ex-wives of Muslim men? For a while, it seemed he welcomed my conversations.
To my surprise, I just so happened to have this dream on the same night that Saint Augustine is celebrated. For me, it was too big of a sign that I just so happened to dream about a saint from an Arab country, prior to Islam in Algeria.He even said for a while to let them decide and he even would listen to me when I talked about Jesus. His Arab friends as well as being in contact with his family again have destroyed our relationship more. They feel I made my bed, so now I should lie in it. Now, his friends have changed everything as well as pressure from his family. I wish there was a forum or an outlet to meet other women in my similar situation.I’m hurt because I really felt I was starting to change him and he became a gentler person. Dear C, One thing I can tell you is that life is not over and things are not as gloomy as they appear to you now. Sometimes mistakes are so innocent and yet the consequences are so severe that it seems unfair. You become distracted for a second and an accident happens that leaves you crippled for life.My Roman Catholic background was just way too strong.My relationship with Jesus has always been a very personal one and I will even go so far to say, growing up I was the most religious person in my family, always praying and listening in church. I admired how Muslims seemed so devoted and unshaken, so I was quick to marry him in a mosque and accept a Koran from his family which was given to me the minute they met me.I felt these ladies who got used were older or unattractive.Here I was, a little younger than him and I always considered myself to be a pretty girl. Plus, being that I am light and blondish, I felt I was exotic for him so that’s why he was attracted to me.Mainly because there worthless and populated with fake profiles.Rest assured that everything you find located on my dating archive above is of the up-most highest quality the dating industry has to offer.He never defended me to his family who treated me terribly, especially his mother who humiliated me by putting on my wedding dress and mocking me after I wore it. It’s almost as if they came first because they were his same culture and religion, while I was just a dirty Western girl. He was an angel when he first came here, sometimes working 3 jobs for me in a day to make money for me.Some days, when I was sad, he would even cry with me.