That's probably true, and that would be a great thing for her, but they wouldn't see it that way. Either it's enough for you - or it's not. I have spent my life alone waiting for things to get better. She's already past her prime in the Mormon dating market. You can't force her to change, nor should you if you could. No lie he was one of the kindest human beings I've metbut I was afraid of getting deeper into the relationship, so I ended it.
We still hadn't had the "are we official. I have finally learned to pray to change my heart, not his. I never give him shit for it. It is the greatest sadness of her life. If she can see that YOU are what is important in the relationship, not what you or she believes, ya'll have a chance.
God knows the big picture. I also studied his advice for approaching and dating women. I have never been your typical domestically skilled stay at home mom. I don't drive and we live far away from our family. However, we rarely ever see each other and don't talk that much in between. I feel like I have finally found a sisterhood with a few brothers as well of people who know how I feel and what I deal with on a daily basis. Now learn about how all of your doubts can be resolved through apologetics. I have missed the Church in some ways, and certainly the blessings of a temple marriage. I don't know how to manage the resentment. As a Christian one's values won't allow an affair on the lonely spouse' part either - but that probably won't bug you by the sounds of it.
I too wish I had researched more in depth the other doc's wives blogs out there - I would have come up with a much more clever blog title. Even if she does, you'll be the reason in her family's eyes. The long antisocial hours often leave me feeling lonely, and when he is home he is so tired.