Indeed, during the April 28 oral arguments in the case, Obergefell v.
When you’re in an interfaith marriage, avoiding conflict may require even more effort. In fact, it can be a catapult to improving the relationship. Communication is the process by which your feelings get put on the table.
The couples who are successful are the ones who know they have to work at it. In the immortal words of David Letterman, “Ladies and gentlemen, we have tonight’s Top Ten.” READ: I’ve Reached the Epitome of Interfaith Life–I’m a Jewish Godmother 10. Without talking through the difficult issues with your spouse, your chances of working out problems become pretty slim.
It may be, but it’s often the first thing that gets forgotten in a relationship.
Just because both are Christian or both are Jewish, they may fall into the trap of naturally assuming that life will go smoothly.
For example: “We’ll have a baby naming for our girl, right? My mother never had one and neither will our daughter.” In my experience, the game plan for a marriage is best created before you walk down the aisle.