I'll try to be brief:
My wife and I met online a year ago. One of the things that immediately attracted us to each other was that we were both Catholics. However, I told her that I was thinking of converting to the Orthodox Church (before we had met in person) and she did not like the idea at all. In fact, she used to get very upset at me if she caught me reading about Orthodoxy. She reiterated this anger a few months ago, after we were married, when she again caught me reading Orthodox material.
But instead of hiding my interest in Orthodoxy, I continue on in a respectful way. I try not to shove Orthodox material in her face, but rather I try to be conspicuous about it. Well, today she looked over my shoulder to see what I was reading (a website with a Orthodox Catechism) and instead of blowing up at me, she asked me if I still wanted to convert to Orthodoxy. I told her that I still pray about it and that I am leaning in that direction (I didn't want to give her the full blast in one shot). Instead of getting angry, she actually calmly asked me to explain. After I gave her a brief explanation, she seemed to just sit on the information and was content. I think she's actually coming around.
Part of the reason I think she's coming around is that she's fed up with the RC. Now, I think she's fed up for the wrong reasons though; she doesn't believe in the "rules" or anything like that. She would probably want to be a Protestant more. But I think this change of heart is perhaps an opportunity to show her about Orthodoxy.
Please keep us in your prayers as we have a long way to go. We live in Hanoi, Vietnam where there are apparently no Orthodox priests. We are also a civilly married couple. So we have some obstacles. But at least she doesn't get angry with me anymore!