My wife attended Liturgy with me once and she said she didn't like it. We got into some heated discussions over the Church and our respective faiths/beliefs. My priest is well aware of my situation and his advice has been to pray and come to liturgy when I'm able, which tends to be on a weekday because of work. I think prayer has been working.
This weekend, my wife and I visited my parents and I
tricked invited them to the local Greek festival where I know they have tours of the Cathedral. After lunch, I said, "Hey, let's go see this tour." So, we all did. It really was more of a lecture, sitting inside the Cathedral surrounded by the icons. Under no other circumstance would I ever think I would get my wife AND my parents to sit in an Orthodox church and listen to a half hour lecture on a brief history of the Church, icons, traditions, architecture, etc. The lecturer is a college professor, so he obviously knew his stuff. Anyway, after the lecture and back at home, my wife apologized for not understanding and she says that she gets it now. She said, "All you had to do was say what he said."
I said, "I did. I just didn't have the benefit of having a fifty foot icon of Christ enthroned above our heads." We laughed.
I am going to keep on praying and I believe someday my wife will turn to me and say, "Let's go to Church," and mean our Church.