Understand that it's their belief, and make plans for any of the other 6 days instead. A stereotype I hope will be destroyed someday, but not today. I find myself oscillating between empathy, pity, and rage, but lately, it's been mostly rage. Having read the majority of the posts, my only real comment is that "sacrifice must be appreciated by both parties". I now think that 2 is the only reasonable choice to make, even as a man в staying single my whole life в until and unless I find the woman whom I cannot live without, the woman who is a true companion to me. The church is very important to her. My dad was in the bishopric for most of my childhood, and I was never the person you describe here. My plan was to start school as soon as I got married but when he was told he would be going to another hospital, my masters got put on hold. Interreligious marriages are not a new thing. Early in our relationship, I gave some thought to the question of whether I would ever be willing to marry a non-Mormon.
But I do still largely consider us an interfaith couple. Up to this point, she has just assumed that all atheists are innately evil people. I hope that things will improve and I can adjust to all this.
Residents work an insane amount of hours. She said we couldn't watch it because the lady who produced the doc was formerly a professor at BYU but has since left the church, so she wouldn't have anything good to say. I have no idea if he stayed. Or the links, in that first vision one. He is always on call, too stressed, too tired etc etc. It is a demanding role being a wife to any man who works and has his own ambitions in the working world. Such beliefs make the girls confident about being women. How am I certain. RUN like the wind. I let her know it's not healthy to expect someone else to change - we can only control ourselves and not others.
She will want her kids blessed, baptized, taking temple trips to baptize for the dead, hold the priesthood, a bishop will ask you sons and daughters if they masterbate and punish them if they do, etc. I grew up in a very strict Mormon home and dated only Mormon men until I met my now husband. He did 5 years of residency and a one year fellowship and has been in practice for nearly 7 years. I had a business, 3 engineering degrees, numerous patents, and was working countless hours a week to try and keep a roof over our heads, make sure she was fed, the house was clean, bills were paid, etc. Topics like race and polygamy have been "adequately" explained away, so I don't think we'd get anywhere discussing those things. I completely agree with you. I'll tell her that we are strictly friends for now on. Log in or sign up in seconds. Every aspect of me needs to meet his specifications. For every lesson and sermon preached about loving everyone, there are one or two lessons on avoiding outsiders because they will destroy your eternity.
While there are some differences noted here, in many ways you should treat them the same way you would girls of other faiths.
Chances are you can't though. Many men have begun leaving the Church in their early twenties as the mission has become more important.