That's why I was hoping to hear from someone dating or married to a doctor. Everyone has their own sins and impure thoughts they need to overcome. Why prophets are awesome. I don't think you necessarily need to cut ties with her. Plan on knowing their religion better than they do at all times. It will be up to you, her man, to support the positive expectations. But they can help. We are here looking for the other people who live this life and understand how difficult and, at times, painful this career is with which to live since the majority of people think like you until they see our families in action. I maintain my own life and embrace my SO with open arms when I do see him, which comes to about once a week usually dinner after 8: I get up with him at 4 A. She's told me the church is one of the most important things to her, but from what I've researched already there's no way I would subject my future children to this culture.
For now, again, don't expect a decade long relationship. In the meantime, she will probably view you as being less than a Mormon man who is a faithful priesthood holder. If kids ever came into the picture though, I wouldn't want to be isolated from them psychologically or banned from walking my daughter down the aisle someday. I respect all doctors so much, they go through hell to be where they are and put up with so much stuff at their work too. Well the pieces will all fall into place. If they believe their religion, they will ultimately cause you pain and disappointment. She didn't tell anyone because her own lack self worth and shame petrified her to do anything about it. 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. Maybe he thinks it wouldn't be a bad idea to cheat - these women understand him. I really like this girl but, is Mormonism so toxic that I should just sever the relationship before it gets serious.
I'm so sick of waiting around every night and weekend to see if he will have a minute for me. It is so hard, so sad and so lonely. You I think are ok with that. I never thought fellowship would be worse than residency and boy was I wrong. Being married to a doctor is no walk in the park. It is hard work. This can also be the basis for forming important friendships, and learning proper skills for social interaction. Here are a few questions you could ask her. He told me that there is nothing in the world that is more gratifying. No easy answers here.
Ragonk If you don't get it, never mind. Until you do he's a free agent and in high demand. Much better to marry in the faith if possible. I also have an MPH degree, and am currently working and trying to support us while he's in school.