Dating in your teenage years will help you learn the kinds of things you value in another person. The church creates massive guilt and shame in children and adults usually through sex related shaming. There's a ton of crazy in what we were taught all our lives.
So far I have been sad most of the time. Know that you are playing a game aka dating mormon girls that has low odds of success. Nothing fixed that issue in me as fast as being almost inseparably bound to a woman that pushed back and kicked screaming against the pricks every time I wanted to make some sort of spiritual effort. After med school, after residency, after setting up a practice. It had been going on for years. Honestly, I have given up on lds men as a single 25 year old.
You should ask Him what you should do, as no one else can see the end from the beginning and no one else has perfect love for you and for your potential husband. I would not have wanted to be dismissed as crazy and unworthy of attention when I was still a member, because it wouldn't have been true. So how do we approach saving a relationship with someone who has unrealistic expectations of what a long-term relationship looks like.
Every school events, social gathering, especially weekend calls is making me sad. I'd suggest taking issue with things that specifically bug you the most. Our relationship also hasn't really progressed-- we're still only spending the same amount of time together that we were a few months ago. Its always been I who is being tested for patience,loyalty and trusting and trying to adjust with his unpredictable time schedule. That's why I was hoping to hear from someone dating or married to a doctor. Mormon children are advised, in their religion, to refrain from dating until they are at least 16 years of age. Honestly, the thing that makes me the craziest is the missionaries. He actually wanted them to be active in a religion and thought this was a good idea. Log into your account. When we obsess over it we start acting like a customer in a clothing store wondering what he or she will look like if they wear that particular wardrobe.