You should both sit down and have a serious conversation about what you want and what she wants and if you can both deal with the compromise. We might not always like the way some priesthood holders act, but to disparage the priesthood is not being responsible. We keep getting more and more wedding invitations to our apt and with each one I feel like my dreams float farther and farther away. We still have great sex 3 or 4 times a week and, no, he doesn't use Viagra, Ciasis, etc.
He is in his mid-thirties and is starting later than most residents. We met at home just before he went back to school and even though we only had a week together, it was whirlwind and we already spoke of marriage and kids. They're hidden pretty deep on LDS. When my husband and I were sealed, I finally understood why my Dad had been stressing this to me my entire life. I know he loves me with all of his heart. Yeah, I think we need to have that talk I've been putting off. The goal of dating at that age is to broaden your social circle and learn more about yourself.
Mormon children are advised, in their religion, to refrain from dating until they are at least 16 years of age. I've luckily broken down my GF's defenses about the church a little bit. Many others have asked the same question in the past so you may want to find those and read the responses there. I hope that makes sense. They might be disappointed, or overjoyed, or judgmental, or supportive.
Would she be okay spending a Sunday to an atheist space with you. Put your best foot forward; be soft-spoken, courteous, well-mannered, chivalrous, and respectful. Its been over a year and I don't know what to do. Affection will come and go based on our attitudes, and will not carry through the rough spots в married in the Church or outside. But we only really get time together in the summer. There will always be difference between spouses. It really can be that simple. I wouldn't end a relationship with her, just as I wouldn't deny someone a job, or refuse to socialize with someone who is a Mormon. Right off the bat, I have to admit that being married and committed to our marriage has been of utmost importance for my husband and I - throughout all of his training. Ending sooner rather than later is much easier and less painful for everybody.