My advice would be to date him when he has free time. Although it may indeed be a good idea to get out of this one, we all need to keep in mind that the situation is more complex than that. I came across your blog on a google search and I really enjoyed what you wrote. She's a wonderful person and I think we could work, so yes. The pressure is mounting for Mormon women to cave in to Western degeneracy, and men are at a loss for what to do about it. But that parent-child relationship was bound to change anyways as you become an adult. See, I am a SAHM and my husband has just gotten accepted into a 4 year pediatrics residency program this year. I would find it therapeutic to type out all of my feelings and at the same time he would get an update. When my nomo husband does go to church we discuss the talks. I am in my first year of medicine.
If you do believe it fully, are you not really going to want him to make the conversion ultimately. Now if your faith is not so strong to begin with, this perhaps is no big deal. And you must be honest in your conversation with God about it.
And I don't mean my good friend Satan. I only hate one thing in the planet, and that's the Mormon church. I've been doing it wrong. The church didn't do it to her but it helped create the environment that allowed it to happen. I have missed the Church in some ways, and certainly the blessings of a temple marriage. There's this fantasy perpetuated in the religion that if you're good and pure enough, that any man you meet would eventually see the truth and join the church for you. I get that a lot to people saying 'be happy you married a doctor' 'u will have a glamorous wonderful life' they would not get it unless they be one-that is being a docs wife, the loneliness is the worst especially when your newly wedded and 2nd month of ur marriage he has to go for his night calls in dec, which includes our first christmas: I thought I was the only one who barely gets communication throughout the day, not married but am dating a surgeon and have for 6 years. We started dating 16 years ago, and both resigned from the church earlier this year. I am so sorry for the pain you are going through. By those standards, I was a failure, my husband wasn't "good enough" - and my daughter had ambitious real goals that required a lot of time and effort.
This makes them overwhelmingly successful wives and mothers. You might need to trade missionary lessons for research on her part, and we can suggest less scary resources. But those days may be gone. I am emotionally mentally and heartily attached to him. Go on dates on days other than Sunday. I'll bring up some CES letter issues, let her know why I wouldn't want my children raised like this, and we'll see what happens. I do not see this going well. I am so happy to have found this blog. He sees around 50 patients a day and is always tired when gets home n wants peace and quiet. How will this all be once we have children?.
It can't be antiMormon. During "Netflix and chill" the other night, I noticed there was a documentary about mormons. I'm in the exact same pulling-out-my-hair situation that you are. Trust yourself, trust God and enjoy the beautiful relationship that you have. What can you expect.