I have way more free time than he does. I have been married to my doctor husband for 36 years. If all you are looking for is some non-serious dates to have a good time, you should be fine. Mormonism is not meant to be a casual part of a Mormon's life but it is meant to be the center. Of course we are talking abt kids and marriage all the time. God will help you both work this out. I'm trying to maintain my own professional goals which he is very supportive of but I'm quickly realising that in order for us to have some quality time together, something has got to give Currently he abroad at yet another conference. My advice is, as others have said, have no expectations, expect that you will spend the majority of holidays, birthdays, family gatherings, valentines day, anniversaries alone or with other family or friends. I don't think I could let that happen.
We had our first child about a year into the relationship. It will definitely take patience to work through any of this with her but it sounds like she's a pretty awesome person. Do you know anyone working in medicine or in the healthcare field. I am one to really like my space and opportunity to do my own thing and little projects. Mormons defintely play by a different rule set. I am active in church, I take my kids regularly, and I have callings. Mormon decried it was all a lie, an anti mormon lie. I'm engaged to a med student we met in undergrad 2 years ago and I've watched him go from playful college kid to serious med student. If everything she is taught is correct and the Mormon church is "true" she should be able to research any anti-Mormon books or movies and prove their criticisms are lies.
We'll discuss further after the holiday and see where we end up. I do my best to keep busy during the day, school, cleaning, organizing, going to the gym and my daughter. As for conversion, she just spent every waking second thinking about converting people. Make an honest effort, and see if you reach the walk-away point. There's no way a TBM is dating you if she knows about your Lucifer kick. Full respect and care. And of course, when it happens, no one the leaver or the faithful spouse could have predicted it.
Even though we live together, we barely see each other - when he is working nights, we go several days without seeing each other at all he is usually still at work when I head out in the morning, and gone by the time I get back in the evenings. I am 27, LDS, and 5 days away from marrying my own amazing non-Mormon man. It's not a gender issue or money issue. They have heavy-handed laws, free handouts, unfair advantages for getting jobsвa loud feminist illusion spoon fed to them. Talk about issues with Jehovah's Witnesses etc. I am a lawyer married to a surgical oncologist. The point is that he should ASK her if this is true for her.