This was hard for me because my faith is deeply rooted within me. I love this post and this perspective. If it's the former I'm more inclined to think he's being self-centered in your relationship. If you can only think of alcohol and coffee for a good time, you're very disappointed. A good place to go is to a museum, hiking, or to a park. But I've met those 3 dates to engagement couples. If you want to go against that trend, one of you will almost certainly change perspective.
Post was not sent - check your email addresses. I guess I was just hoping there was way for it to work. Anonymous, you are right. It's not impossible, just painful and unlikely. That's all we're really saying. Nothing less will do. Someone or something always has his attention and focus. I don't think you should abandon the relationship just because she is lds.
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. By all means, I encourage you to try having those discussions and to make a mental note of when you would choose to walk away instead. The important things that keep our marriage a happy, healthy, and very loving one are the same things that keep any other marriage alive and well. God will help you both work this out.
Hi, I am not a doctor's wife. Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered. I have been a doctor's wife for 1 year now and we've been together for 7 years. We have been together for just over a year and married for 3 months. I do not have the answer в but I keep trying to figure it out. Remember she will only try to convert you because she thinks it is in your best interest. Here are my thoughts as someone who grew up with a non-mormon father and as someone who married a non-mormon girl. We've always had a very loving and intimate relationship, but the physical absence really has made a negative impact.