We just celebrated our 11th wedding anniversary We have 5 children and like so many I feel alone most days. Perhaps with a note written on the back. Their thinking is something like this.
If someone isn't dying then it is unlikely to be important. It does kick your butt!. That being sais, just be honest. I am willing to add his religious observances to our worship as a couple and as a family, but should I also be willing to give up some of my participation in my own faith в for example by attending the temple or Sunday services slightly less often in order to spend more time as an entire family. I think she sounds great but she won't be able to not bring it up. I have been on both sides of this situation, and I know how much it sucks to feel like you're doing everything you can to make it as easy and convenient as possible for the other person to spend time with you, but theyre still not seeing you all that much, and you think they should be able to give you a little more. Anyways, any advice on which of those times would be best since I know both have to be a sacrifice for him of some sort. In fact, you likely will meet a few. If you have any questions about Mormonism doctrine or things or other angles on what she says feel free to message me.
I also studied his advice for approaching and dating women. It's satire, but this is all stuff you may hear at Thanksgiving dinner. Good luck with her, and good life to you. Even if you are looking towards marriage, it can be better to hold off on more serious activities until a couple of dates to make sure you both feel the relationship is moving in the right direction. Thought the girl and I had a future, and we did, just not with each other I'll bet there are hundreds of boyfriend converts out there. Also, I know a bunch of Mormons that say they are, but don't act like it. She went to BYU and did a 2 year mission, but since she was a girl she got to have a car instead of a bicycle. She is passionate about it.
Anyway, before you marry you should work out anything hypothetical that might come up in the future. If you care about him, you'll be super understanding, maybe take lunch to him or dinner to the hospital A quick kiss and a thank you may be all you will be able to get. I would go ahead and make boundaries with the conversation about kids and church, if that is your preference. The religion rather, and more importantly, the church itself is integral to most mormons' identity. I would find it therapeutic to type out all of my feelings and at the same time he would get an update. If you can put yourself in his shoes, you would understand that, first of all, he is barraged by hungry patients all wanting answers and a piece of him.