The day could come where she has to decide between her relationship with you and her church. No one should feel excluded from the House of the Lord. In the meantime, she will probably view you as being less than a Mormon man who is a faithful priesthood holder. He also wants to have kids soon since I am already The dilemma I have now is: I do not know how would our relationship shape up, after marriage, assuming everything goes fine. They have money for nannies, trips, vacation homes, their children go to the finest colleges, etc. And of course we have been taughtвby Brigham Young, at leastвthat even when Christ comes during the Millenium there will be those who will not accept him as their Savior even if they accept him as the leader of the world. Is it wrong to make those types of sacrifices.
That being said, when you marry a doctor, you marry the profession too. In my experience, life-long member, many Mormons have difficulty thinking outside the box, and putting forth effort to inclue and love. I simply do NOT believe he and I will not be together after we die. There are so many potential problems they would fill a book. Sorry, you can't reply to this topic. My husband is in his last year of residency. Of course they do. Her beliefs are innocous but ultimately a death sentence for this relationship. Having said that, I believe strongly that it takes a special individual who can remain active in the church and have a non-traditional marriage. Some of the guests talked about the importance of helping hard core mormons to be open and accepting to ALL their brothers and sisters in the church, regardless of sexual orientation.
Hopefully they have some say in it, but I'm speaking about other churchgoers' expectations here, and probably your wife's. I often contemplate divorcing my husband so that I could seek happiness elsewhere, or at least companionship. Still, I would be interested to hear your perspective and that of your readers. I'm doing the best I can, I try to travel to visit family but again it would be just me and my son. How would that motivate you to work out every day to get a girl. Once she realizes you won't join and she can't get married in the temple, then I suspect everything will be over. This is a reply to all. In the interfaith marriages that work where one is LDS and the other is not religious, it only works out when the LDS partner is not fully a believer anymore.
You will desire to have that eternal marriage, to have that support in taking kids to church, to be able to talk docterine with a like-minded individual. Your crush might put a lampshade on her head and call it innocent fun. I'm doing the best I can, I try to travel to visit family but again it would be just me and my son. A straight-laced, returned sister missionary, raised in the cult, and in family of similarly entrenched cult members, will not likely remain happy with a non-member. Most of the doctors I know are either way older and in private practices where they can set their schedules a bit OR they're my age and still going crazy with residency hours. Work on myself, not him.