Otherwise her family will likely feel incomplete to her. If she can accept me for who I am and what I believe, knowing that I'll never give her the eternal family she wants, then maybe we'll be ok. Plus there's a lot of things we didn't get taught growing up that are slowly coming out through the Internet. It's not impossible, just painful and unlikely. She encourages me to develop my skills and talents, and provides an example in several of those areas. I get to experience the joys of his culture, which I never would have known otherwise. Because I have a husband that is not a member I have a quasi like status in the ward. Mormons observe the Sabbath closely, so Sundays are for attending church meetings and focusing on their spirituality. I remember when I had my first son via C-section, our families came to the hospital with Champagne and celebrated, not even one asked about my surgery…. Almost everything is complicated.
There is a difference between commitment and time together. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. It's not impossible, just painful and unlikely. Things have worked out pretty well with us so far. My boyfriend is just going into his third year of med school. The most important thing is an open dialogue, as you say, and utmost respect for the other person. So do you just never give anything back to SOs in terms of time or small gestures. I am Roman Catholic so I believe almost the exact same things as a regular-non mobot- type mormon This religion Mormonism has a dual identity where some believers are closed mined fools. It would put him in a position of feeling less and being looked down on. A year would have been just fine.
You've all been so helpful. I know we don't know each other, but it seems like we all share a commonality that connects us all very deeply. No doubt that all rightetous persons will accept Christ but not everyone that dies will be righteous. For example, the irish, polish and the italians basically intermarried. Sadly, my ward shuns us. At parties, they drink soda and play board games. I pray the holy Spirit will provide guidance to both of us, and that love conquers all. Because I have a husband that is not a member I have a quasi like status in the ward. Can anyone suggest specific talking points from content on LDS. There is no such thing as a perfect Mormon family- regardless of whether the parents are sealed or not.
Whatever you do, just don't let on to your child ren that you and their father are in disagreement. I walk on egg shells as well and feel like I am merely a maid, cook, nanny, etc I work to focus on the positive but the days are ing and lonely. He doted on me, and we had long skype conversations for the first few weeks.