You might like Living with a religious spouse, In an "Interfaith" Relationship, or Partners of Theists. It's painful to have your spouse angry with you and condemning you to hell. Personally, I couldn't take it. I'd be upset all of the time and have trouble sleeping, just getting along. Not being accepted for who I really am would also make me lonely and depressed. Good luck to you. I hope the two of you can negotiate a mutually satisfying living together arrangement. She's no doubt deeply disturbed too. Maybe others who've been through this could give helpful advice.
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