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In many ways our relationship was very good, but we both knew it couldn’t last more than a few months for a variety of reasons.

Although we had several intense conversations about our different religious beliefs, our relationship ended for much more pragmatic reasons.

Rudabah Abbass is a freelance writer and producer based in Doha and London.

Prior to joining Al Jazeera English, she was a producer for Channel 4 News and CNN. Her work focuses on arts and cultural issues and she has contributed articles to arts magazines in the Far East.

By Amelia Ten years ago, I was living in London where my friends and I often engaged in long, provocative discussions that sometimes lasted all night.

One night we had a long talk about whether we would marry men who were not Mormon. I had absolute trust in my loving Father-God that somehow it would work out that people who had the kind of marriage I wanted to have—a trusting, loving, deeply committed companionate marriage—would not be separated in the eternities.

In the UK, 21,000 interfaith marriages were recorded in 2001.

Although no new statistics on the issue have been released since then, imams in the UK told Al Jazeera that these figures have surged in recent years.

No doubt the same ethos affects the way Americans think about faith—primarily as a choice, and a personally fulfilling one.

This ethos can conflict with the claims of culture and family heritage, in which faith can be deeply planted.

Interfaith marriage is therefore both a cause and an effect of profound and rapid cultural change.

Among couples who were still married during the survey, those who met online reported higher marital satisfaction -- an average score of 5.64 on a satisfaction survey -- than those who met offline and averaged 5.48.

The lowest satisfaction rates were reported by people who met through family, work, bars/clubs or blind dates.