I know in terms of so many things as well as financial stability choosing another path is very uncertain, we would also have the student loans we would have to pay back. This blog is very healthy because it has helped me to feel less resentful about all the time I have to spend alone doing homework and being at functions. Do you really love him, honey. So I'm wondering if things will ever change or if this is just one of the drawbacks of dating a doctor. For me and the woman I'm in love with, we CAN discuss it without breaking down into spittle and hate. You'll question your parenting decisions but he won't be involved in supporting you because he'll have no idea what's going on and little interest. My spouse and I are best friends first and I think that's what really makes it work. Sorry man, but if I knew what I know now I would have cut my losses. Thank you so much, L. When he doesn't have his patience he has his family who seem more and more to have self inflicted issues they gamble, drink and smoke which lead to health issues and bills.
I got to thinking about how I and others in my ward might react if a same sex couple attended church and how those views might WILL, fingers crossed change over the next decade. Like, she thought that serving would remedy her of any doubts or testimony issues. Otherwise her family will likely feel incomplete to her. I can honestly say this isn't worth it. Marry a person based on his character, not his religion. He too goes to the vacation house a lot to take care of the property and the boat on most weekends he is not on call, and it has been something I have been made to accept. My relationship is the same way. Again, reiterating it, don't expect a decade's worth of time with her, but enjoy her good while you two are together. Be open to the wisdom the Spirit will share. It has been very difficult to reconcile our two expectations, hopes and dreams.
That was my experience. The hardworking doctors won't even get the time or energy for affairs. My husband's extramarital relationships were well-known in the hospital where he practiced. I'm not saying you shouldn't pursue the relationship, but I'd only recommend marrying her if she leaves the church because she discovers it's not true. Dress nicely, as the girl will appreciate the effort put into looking good for her, and encourage her to do the same. Don't approach him with a demandsuch as "I need you to put more time into our relationship". But that was also a possibility if he had married a non-mormon. I am the same good faithful woman I always was, just on a different path than I ever expected, one full of insights and blessings I never knew could exist. She is considered "an old maid" by Mormon standards, so she may be willing to marry you--hoping you will convert someday --but she will constantly be reminded that your marriage is inferior to the "Eternal Families" of sealed Mormons, and she will fear dying and never seeing her loved ones again. I married a person, not a religion.
That conversation prompted me to find and read through this sub, and there's some seriously disturbing shit here. It is positively shocking. I've read some of the articles linked to by mormonessays. And, whether she knows it or not she probably does know it but is in denialshe probably sees you as her ticket out of Oldmaidsville.
Once she realizes you won't join and she can't get married in the temple, then I suspect everything will be over.