I prayed about whether to marry this man, and I felt and still feel strongly that it was right for me. So I want to know, if you woud have been given the option to take a totally different path and have a fresh start, would you have taken it?. I don't remember much of the breakup because it's been overshadowed by what happened to her afterwards. Basically nothing like reality. Even selfish at times. Please realize I know how the church works, was extremely active and raised good kids. 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 was happy to read your blog. The envy of all of our friends. So, kudos to you for having such a wonderful relationship for so long and getting through step 1 and 2 and matching. All I can say is, "WOW".
Having married over the course of my life not one but two wonderful non-Mormon men one Jewish and one low-church ProtestantI can say that my own spirituality has been profoundly deepened and enriched by the perspective that these two God-fearing and spiritually mature people offered me, and by my participation in the observances of their traditions. And the longer you see her you won't be getting out of anything soon either. I hope he wised up. He has always had a tremendous caseload and often grueling call schedule. This usually works out great. This insecurity is at the root of the princess syndrome. I have my own profession and my own interests, and was definitely not pursuing a doctor for intimate partnership, but I quickly realized that my environment started seeing me as only girlfriend of Dr. The Church encourages you to use dating as an opportunity to show your respect not just for others, but for yourself.
Best wishes on your next expedition. Posts from people who have your same problem occur on a regular basis here on RFM. I do wonder if you ask this blog just to get supporting advice. Be prepared for divorce.