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I hate to think I'm being duped, but if this is an accurate rendering of the first months of your marriage, I don't understand why you're writing to me on how to avoid divorce.Your question should be something along the lines of whether you should go directly to a lawyer or trying a stab at therapy first.Do you think that, if only MEN changed, you’d be in a happy relationship by now?If so, I hate to tell you, YOU are the one who needs to adjust. You’re not “wrong” that men could improve in 100 different ways.After talking with some of her friends, they couldn't believe I didn't know this about her.I asked them why they wouldn't have mentioned this when they found out we weren't having a church wedding and they told me that was probably done for my benefit. Bait and Switch: I dated my wife for three years before we married.We were both in our 30s and had had all of the important discussions before we decided to marry (kids, religion, etc.).
Instead of no religion, she wants strict adherence to her religion.
At the time, she told me she was agnostic, and not really into "the whole religion thing." Now, less than six months into our marriage, she tells me she's joined a church and expects me to join her for Sunday services.
It's only now that I learn that she has extremely right-wing, religious views.
And dating coaching isn’t telling you where the “quality” women hang out. And the not-so-subtle reason I shared this story with you is to ask you to reflect on whether you have anything in common with James. Are you frustrated that men don’t take the time to get to know you?
After 12 weeks of coaching with me, you know who’s going to be the same? As such, the ONLY thing we can do is change how YOU’RE approaching dating. ”James paused for a second, gritted his teeth, and said, “I don’t want to change very much. Do you get bent out of shape when men IGNORE you online, DON’T FOLLOW UP after dates, and generally seem to want the PERFECT woman?