Cold approaches on Mormon girls are challenging. Good luck to both of you on working this out, and if you decide that interfaith marriage is something you can handle and your gentlemen turn out to be the right men for you, then welcome to the club. Seems he's always on call or on a totally different schedule than I. So that may be the end of it there. I've decided not to mention the CES letter or anything that could be considered "anti-mormon. I pray almost daily that his schedule will get better once we both started working, but I'm constantly concerned that I'll be doing most things alone too. I admit it is sometimes depressing going to bed without him and getting up seeing him still studying but I am sure we will survive this. Im not sure whether he isn't ready for it to get any more serious than it is or that he cannot juggle my needs and his duties. I have learned this painfully with my child growing up in the LDS community. And his wife is angry and unappreciative and has no idea how difficult his profession is.
I can understand his desire to spend time together to reconnect, but right now it really isn't there. In the long run, being married to a nonmember has made me a better person. If they believe their religion, they will ultimately cause you pain and disappointment. You won't know this until you do it and that is really important information to get before a marriage contract. Perhaps it was just her personality but I find most doctors repulsive. Do not expect anything long term. Once she realizes you won't join and she can't get married in the temple, then I suspect everything will be over. By that I mean that we ought to consider simply marrying within the faith and in the temple for all the reasons that people have given. But I'm wondering about one thing: Do I have cause to be scared out of my mind, or should I just take a chill pill. Having read the majority of the posts, my only real comment is that "sacrifice must be appreciated by both parties".
Good communication, love, support and understanding are the things you should consider. I can pray for and with my youngest daughter and bless her thru prayer. I don't want that to happen. Mormon theology is peculiar, yes, but the media frequently takes things out of context and misrepresents the religion. We've been together since he started medical school. I'm telling you the spouse who stays pays a terrible price. Hi I am married to a doctor and I am alone most of the time. It's easy to forget why I chose to be with him in the first place. But I could make it very romantic indeed. If you and she are sealed in a Mormon temple, your children will be can be sealed to you.
NeverMo in CA Date: NeverMo in CA Wrote: I've read many of the stories here and I know the religion is toxic. I think Bob, the answer can be found in your comment. When I complain that I spent two days without seeing him and when he arrives home just keeps on answering his phone as if he was at work The other day a colleague called just to complain about a patient of theirs at 8: These people have no sense of privacy.