It's like watching somone lose themselves in an abusive relationship. I wouldn't just start bringing up the ces letter and the problems in it. And as many posters stated, it is something that needs to be seriously discussed with your potential partner. If she is still Mormon and you are not, she will always secretly hope that you convert, just like you will always secretly hope she leaves the church. I appreciate my own space too, but it felt shitty to have this great time with him and not get so much as a text until we are making plans for next time. It's alot to understand if not raised and taught in it specifically. But I can't figure out whether or not we will ever get to that stage with the current situation and I'm scared of wasting my time waiting for things to get better. Because what are Mormons about. Anyways, good luck, I hope it works out.
That and this recent article https: They are trying to explain how it's ok that the founder used a magic rock to hunt for buried treasure to earn money, and then used that same "seer stone" to translate the Book of Mormon. Me and my husband has been married for almost 2 years now, and have been together for almost 12years. She will be surprised that a non-Mormon holds the same values she does and respect you. If you really care and think this is the lifestyle you wanted then go ahead. Today, at my ward sacrament meeting, in the back section of the chapel where I was sitting, all the women except one were Mormon wives in interfaith families. I have observed in relationships among friends and family inside and outside of the church that holding a temple recommend does not guarantee a strong, happy marriage.
A good place to go is to a museum, hiking, or to a park. Oh, and remember LDS girls are usually good at leading guys on with potential sex to get guys to agree to what they want join the church. I think the most important thing is to bring up the issues as questions rather than points as why she's wrong. I posted April 11, Thank you so much for responding to my post as you also know it is kind of difficult to vent about our fears and concerns to friends and family when they are not familiar with the hardship of being with a Doctor. Want to add to the discussion. I hope it all works out for you. It does kick your butt!. There will be struggles in marriage and childrearing whether or not he is a member.
We are not judged only for what we do but why we do it. We are indeed in two different places. Let them see the good in you, and believe that their son or daughter has found a good match. I'm a single, financially independent woman.