We will occasionally go as long as days without talking at all, and when we do sometimes we go a full day between responding to each other's texts. I have many friends and members of my family who married within the church and later divorced. I was born and raised in the LDS faith. But the reason I don't know him well enough is because we don't spend enough time together, or I feel like he's not really "letting me in" to get close to him. We learn sooooooo much from each other. Mormons have separate congregations for young single adults, which is very convenient. Well, the thing is he knows exactly how I feel and he has offered to give it all up.
I'd suggest the essays. 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. 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. He has let me be a stay-at-home mother while trying to launch my own business and has offered love and support every step of the way. Doctor's often set their priorities as: When I give my husband the "busy as hell" attitude he gets worried about our relationship. After dating a doctor for 5 years and finally realizing that what I'm dealing with is an excessive need for being put on a pedestal and adulation by mainly female colleagues of lower professional rank nurses I decided to move on. He is my soul mate and we love each other very much. A lot of Mormons think that good people will obviously recognize the truthfulness of the church and quickly join. Earlier I mentioned "Even if the church believes a bunch of crazy nonsense, and she believes it too, I still really like her and would like to see whether we can have some good intellectual conversations about this stuff.
He has changed so much over the years and is very impatient with the kids. Righteous love does conquer all but in some cases it takes a lot longer than we are willing to wait. She will be oh-so-grateful if you do not pressure her to discard those values. Should I stay or let him do his thing.
All I can say is, "WOW". I look back the 13 years with such sadness and loneliness; I was extremely busy and had no time for myself or others. Facebook Email Twitter Print. I expect to give up my career once he finishes his training and we start a family. Most want nothing to do with the church. Life is a journey and going through it with a true partner, and a mutual respect for curiosity, is so far greatly rewarding. Plus I just quit my medical interpreting job last month. My husband's simply daily things, like grocery shopping, cooking, waking up with me to make coffee in the morning-are far from unnoticed. You can ask her directly, or through sources like other Mormons or reading their books.