Muna Al-Fuzai has written a second article on her perspective on "mixed marriages". The first article appeared approximately one year ago. She seems fascinated by the subject, although married to a Kuwaiti of the same religion.
On another note: I always think that if you're not happy in a marriage, your children are going to suffer. If you stay together; they learn that it is ok to be unhappy in marriage. If you divorce, they suffer because they may not receive the support of both parents. Either way - not a good thing. I am the product of a happy divorce. I believe my parents were much better off away from each other, although my parents were always civil to each other and shared visitation rights. They never spoke ill of each other in front of us. Life is too short to be unhappy. People are not chained to each other. And if either party (man or woman) is not happy at home, chances are that they are seeking happiness elsewhere.