The thing about General Authorities and General Conference, is that they give general counsel that is meant for the general population. It just seems like I'm never on his mind unless I'm physically in front of him, and then he's sweet as can be. I usually mean exactly what I say. As our relationship has progressed, this vague hypothetical question has led to some much more concrete thinking about what an interfaith marriage would be like for me, for him, and for us. During our brief break, two of his nurses chased him like crazy, immediately after he left being in a year-long relationship where two families were blended. When mormon married a mormon and failed miserably. And of course, everyone has a different experience. Lok for certain things: Spend some time with a few and you will know what to look for. That my heavenly father hates my decision to marry my husband. So when our children bring home a potential mate that has cultural, racial, religious or other big differences then our child, our concerns immediately flare up.
The odds are definitely not in OPs favor for something like this working for him. The first key question to as is: If the answer is yes then the relationship sounds like it's doomed. She can only get sealed to him in a Mormon temple. Now he is studying for this big exam and I have seen a very different side to him. If you like living on someone else's coat times, them by all means.
I intend to spend some quality time in the temple, with my bishop, and with close family and friends as I think and pray my way through this decision, but I would also value your insights into this. Also, what do you and your fiancee do to deal with the busyness. My husband is an amazing human being and an international cardiologist.
I think the most important thing is to bring up the issues as questions rather than points as why she's wrong. The one I met was full of himself, a slob, and really not that great to women. Some of my family approves of my marriage and some does not. A shitty sex life, potentially. I still feel enriched by the contrasts, but in the important things, we have largely come together. They're hidden pretty deep on LDS. Now, they are limited to only 80 hours per week. She seems to be ok with that, and wants to continue our relationship, and also talks about wanting marriage and children, and raising those children to be mormon like her even if I'm not religious. I appreciate all the replies explaining the extent of the aggravation and pain I likely will face. If you go to mormonthink.