Then be clear you will never convert. I have a better and fuller relationship with God because my own practice has been supplemented by additional observance. When I acquired a personal testimony of the gospel as a teen, and made my own decisions regarding my faith, I felt very alone. Too many disappointments, sick nights without your husbands, his absence during family gatherings, my usual OBGYN checkup without him, even simple things of hugging and spending quality time is always remote. All your beloved friends and family are in Seattle.
Which is the highest place in heaven aka celestial kingdom. Tough to say what will impact your girl most - but there's your best LDS. Mormon's view marriages outside the temple to be counterfeit and you can't get into the temple without converting to the religion. There is no way she will may you without you going to the temple. Alot of TBM women won't even consider dating non members. He doesn't like to complain or talk about work too much when we're together so it really helps to hear from another resident just how crazy it is. Learned by me in time and tears. I grew away from mine as my husband then-boyfriend slowly grew closer to his Mormon faith. This blog accommodates some frank admissions about that which is less than wonderful about LDS. And unless they are total cretins your ward members will love him too.
This woman has already given two full years fully devoted to the institution without question. She really likes me, and if she could change one thing about me it would be my lack of religion. I thought it was beautiful that they included him in the circle, even though he was not a Priesthood holder. What a miserable state. But I do still largely consider us an interfaith couple. If you can't, then it's best to move on. The ideal, in my opinion, is that she discovers what we all know about the lies the church tells her. But my relationship with him is worth this small sacrifice. Subreddit Rules Please see above link for full rules.
In some cases you can just simply live together with differing religions. My Buddhist husband likes Mormons and even going to church. That means that we are always changing and growing. Marriage offers a chance to develop generosity of spirit and a willingness to be improved by the one we love, no matter what faith tradition he or she may claim.