She was so sad over what she sacrificed it just haunted everyone on Reddit. Again, I deeply love my dad, but these were things that I had to deal with. Now I feel sadness for losing out because of fear, and a cult mindset. The important thing is whether or not your spouse will support you in your endevours to live your religion. At 30, you just give up. I am so beyond afraid of what lies ahead in terms of residency; the loneliness, missing out on years of family experiences together, raising two kids by myself we have a 1. Most of the doctors I know are either way older and in private practices where they can set their schedules a bit OR they're my age and still going crazy with residency hours. I wanted to be able to fully share my faith with my spouse, but this expectation was now up in the air. Things have been mostly good, but there are always challenges to deal with. You have to have very thick skin to stay in it.
Honestly I'd let things keep going. So any support on how to deal with ocd behavior, heavy handed opinions, would be helpful. I believe when you die, you die, and you live on in memories and hearts. She was a mormon and he finally joined the church at For 40 years there was a disconnect and she really viewed him as a lesser person cause he wasn't a member. I got the news that my mother suddenly died when I was with him. Thanks for the help. It sounds like you dont even know this guy well enough to answer that question but I could be wrong. There is no way she will may you without you going to the temple. Sometimes I feel burned out, but I have to carry on. She will insist on raising her children in the Mormon church.
There is still a chance you can work out your differences, but it will require major concessions on both sides. These girls are nervous around non-Mormons. I learned to read by reading the Book of Mormon. Probably, not Mount Meadows level, but be prepared to have to apologize on her behalf a lot. She views patriarchy as a quality of God. We decided early on that having only one working parent was critical -- I am always the one that flexes to his schedule like it or notand staying home with our child enables me to do that. Its great to hear advice from those who know. I feel like now more than ever, I am expected to just not have an opinion about anything or even a say in how we spend our time together. The important part of finding a partner to marry does not, in my opinion, revolve around whether or not you are of the same religion. I have to say that I am a lucky woman.
Sorry dude, she is in way to deep. I tried to make the marriage work but we were at two different emotional places in our lifes. It broke my shelf, we left as an entire family, and our marriage is better than ever.