Mormonism is not meant to be a casual part of a Mormon's life but it is meant to be the center. When we were dating he made it very clear to me that he had no desire to come back to church. That my heavenly father hates my decision to marry my husband. And depending on his views of the Sabbath, you will probably get the tug of war on Sundays. Be open and talk about your ideals. Tell her that you want your relationship with her, and her relationship with your children together to be separate from her religion with her god. If you have dated a doctor or other abnormally busy person or are in the medical profession yourself that would be particularly helpful, but I'll gladly take any words of wisdom. Like you I grew up with and taught the standard LDS beliefs about temple marriage, celestial kingdom, etc. Odds are majorly against this dude. I wish you all well on your recovery from this particularly vile church.
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. If you are all sealed together, you will be together forever in the Celestial Kingdom.
I believe that there will be a lot more mercy than justice being dished out at the judgment. Weirdly, one of the best sexes I ever had was with a lesbian who felt remorse and as though she had betrayed her fellow lesbians. Best wishes to those struggling with these big, life-altering decisions. The church can be a very cruel place for single people. Point is, I can push myself to my extreme physical ends and he has barely broken a sweat. I would not have wanted to be dismissed as crazy and unworthy of attention when I was still a member, because it wouldn't have been true. When I hear some of the issues going on in Mormon Land, I usually say to myselfв. But I'm still going to show up, even if it means I lose an hour or two of sleep. One red flag I have for Mormon girls is if they drink coffee. But of course this does not mean that mixed religion children cannot grow up to be LDS stalwarts.
You should start raising CES letter issues with her and see how she handles it. And what happens when we have kids?. Besides the obvious brain damage that you will be made to suffer your entire married life, there are future kids to think about. And if he loves you as much as you love him. Yeah man, don't doubt someone who was a missionary will try to convert you. Now, he has just started a new training in a new country and i am so lonely here. I am worried I won't be able to give him my everything, and the wonderful years of commitment and time spent with him will one day only be memories: Becoming a doctor is my dream, and I have worked incredibly hard thus far. All people see is the money and that's it. Get her to explain what she believes, and how it might differ from her church. Someone already said it, but unless you are planning on converting, this is a dead end relationship.
Learned by me in time and tears. When I complain that I spent two days without seeing him and when he arrives home just keeps on answering his phone as if he was at work The other day a colleague called just to complain about a patient of theirs at 8: These people have no sense of privacy.
You love a medical guy. Find a good man first, one that you can trust and feel comfortable building a future with, and then worry about the profession later. I am a career military man's wife.