You gals have my sympathy. Leave her so you can both find people that youre more suited for. As a budding feminist, I left the church in my teens. Joanna has written a good answer here. He was not a prominent man in the church. If you have any questions about Mormonism doctrine or things or other angles on what she says feel free to message me. Trust your instincts and your spiritual promptings. Mine was in California, back in the 70s. You'll have to get use to the running late, the tire man, weeks without communication, dinner alone, and unanswered texts and phone calls.
Yes; I suppose if each of us believe the other is brainwashed, there's going to be major problems later on. Should we try to heed their counsel and marry in the Church. I am talking to a Surgeon from US, from an equally good college, for a possible marriage. Harmony will prevail if the husband appreciates the value of church service and attendance. We are a welcoming community. I've realized that we are both pretty social people and he thrives on all the action at the hospital. I am a something male. And you seem like a good person. The hospital had become, by his own admission, his "family", and he had virtually abandoned us to this demanding career.
She asked me to read that site and write down questions. By the way, I have had to get another job to help make ends meet. You aren't engaged or married or anything, you can't just know that she won't see the light and remain crazy Mormon forever. I had many, many friends who moved this quickly during courtship, too. IE в the comment about not having a husband to give priesthood blessings, etc. I'm pointing this out because I don't know her and couldn't tell you what to expect. My husband not only supports me going to church he encourages it because he knows that it is a part of me and makes me happy. As others mentioned, when they are home they are often exhausted, catching up on sleep, preparing a presentation or catching up on notes. While we have a good marriage but he has no idea how lonely I am for my him.
Have those candid conversations with HIM, ponder, and listen closely for the guidance of the Holy Ghost. Bet as Joanna has said there are some things you should think carefully about в and this needs to be done with your head, not your heart. Some great ideas include going on a hike or a walk, having a picnic outside or going to museum. If you are only after non-serious dates and spend a great time, you should be fine with this set up. Most of us were suckled on that teat too. How can I be more supportive. You must either really love blue balls, or else she is not a real deal Mormon girl. That my heavenly father hates my decision to marry my husband. There are a few things I've come to accept, though: Our house will never be clean We will never be caught up on laundry We will probably always eat take out instead of cooking Sleeping next to one another is something we now cherish I will not be a young parent I'm 21 now and we don't plan on having children until our thirties I will always love him and would never make him give up what he loves, just as he would never make me do the same. He is also a bit too neat.