He's in his second year of residency and we're talking about me leaving everything to get engaged and move up with him. I also remember my father a stake president telling me the night before I got married that every single couple he had counseled through marriage struggles were not reading their scriptures or praying together every night. I feel like this pressure of finding a residency has already taken a toll in our relationship and somewhat "controlled" us for so long that I am already so tired of it. I was born and raised in the LDS faith. As a Christian one's values won't allow an affair on the lonely spouse' part either - but that probably won't bug you by the sounds of it. I have always been more driven by my interest in a career and pursuing an education. We are a welcoming community. I met him today and we talked about what he wants to do in the future. It's why TBMs are so bugged by people that leave the church. It has nothing to do with their career.
It is crucial to recognize that Mormonism has elements of belief, practice, and custom that work to make interfaith marriages especially difficult and inconvenient for both spouses. Is forever possible with a doctor??. You will be expected to condone but not attend events in the temple to which you will not be granted access. You have been blessed with the equipment to make such decisions. Are you going to keep the sabbath holy as a family, or is he going to take the kids out for pizza after church, leaving you home to observe alone. But on the main page of exmormon Reddit on the side bar there is a link to a site with links to all the pages on LDS. You I think are ok with that. I've been in a similar situation before. When he's not at work, he's busy preparing or at conferences or studying, basically non existent. That is a hard truth.
The way he wanted to live his life, the family he wanted to have, the wife he dreamt of- matched the type of person I longed for. I also definitely don't want her raising my future children, though, and I'll be very clear about that. Having seen many examples of the disaster it becomes when a member spouse pushes, coerces, ultimatums the non-member spouse into being baptized, I have very assiduously steered clear of those methods from the start. We planned the funeral around his work and call schedule. As someone starting residency next year and whose father and brother went through it, and whose girlfriend is about to start it I have to say that you can't be mad at him for not sacrificing something to spend time with you - there is literally nothing else to sacrifice; residency is called residency because the doctors used to live in the hospitals, and it was akin to monks in monastery. She asked me not to contact her so that she could have the space she needed at this time. I just feel relieved that there are others of you out there in the same boat as me. We were planning on doing it on memorial day weekend so we could get married on a sunday between graduation and residency but that is a Jewish holiday. He's currently doing emergency medicine and about to start residency. He of course had to check his emails while we were on vacation Maybe I have to accept it Maybe that's why so many I know live separate lives I feel each of your words.
He came to be by my side as soon as he could. She likely believes that her time as a missionary was preparation for marriage. My beliefs have changed several times in my life, but not those things, so my interfaith marriage has lasted 25 years.