I had many extremely hurtful things said to me, along with an intervention hosted by my married-in-the-temple-and-divorced grandmother. If she can't put you before her religion then you need to walk away. Of course I feel slighted at times, but I check myself and remember that my SO is doing his best given all his demands. The Book of Abraham one admits it's not a translation. Ultimately, it comes down to this. Does he have a faith similarly conversion-focused as I could see that being a challenge. I get a lot of satisfaction out of being a paramedic and my business is a long time dream. So you made a wise decision. Of course my parents love each other very much and would not choose another spouse, which is why her response caught me off guard. You have been blessed with the equipment to make such decisions.
Realize that your Dr spouse isn't intentionally wanting to make you feel lonely or depressed, and they most likely feel as isolated by their work as you do. I also write erotic shorts which I hope help women heal from bad relationship and envision what they really want and create it. All I can do is Trust in God. Is this a sign of my own weakness. This is wonderful and in accordance with the desires of a loving Father in Heaven, but it can turn a marriage on its ear, if the spouse is unprepared. So it is going to be over anyway. I also just care about him enough and admire his reasons for becoming a doctor that I'm willing to make sacrifices so that his life is easier. He believes in God, but also believes that God is everywhere, and therefore does not need to be worshipped in a specific place of worship with specific prayers. In a few months, he will begin working, and his first few years will be demanding what else is new. To be honest; we're not couples matching pretty disparate specialties not conducive to couples matching but we're matching by geography, so I guess we'll have to wait and see if we're still together after the match: Well I guess you can always ask him for a little clarification etc.
I'm pretty disturbed by the level of dismissiveness seen in many of the comments here. Good to see that I'm not alone. I know my husband appreciates me looking into it because he knows I am doing it to gain an understanding into the culture he was raised in. I would have been deeply insulted if anyone talked about me the way people are talking about this girl He needs to tell her there is a no chance he will convert, that he is not comfortable with his children being raised Mormon if he isn'tthat she cannot ever expect a temple marriage with him. You should ask Him what you should do, as no one else can see the end from the beginning and no one else has perfect love for you and for your potential husband. The important part of finding a partner to marry does not, in my opinion, revolve around whether or not you are of the same religion. I too married for love but there's no emotional energy, support or empathy left for the darling wife. A lot of Mormons escape that pitfall and can put people first. All the other stuffв is crap. My experience has been that personal similarities and differences are a bigger element than cultural differences.
I know after residency he would choose a flexible job which would allow for the most family time. I am really in love with him. But what if your girlfriend is Mormon, but not active in the Church.
We have a happy marriage.