Most of the doctors I know are either way older and in private practices where they can set their schedules a bit OR they're my age and still going crazy with residency hours. We'll have to discuss that, now that I actually know some things about some things. But on the main page of exmormon Reddit on the side bar there is a link to a site with links to all the pages on LDS. You should also be willing to date other people. Yes, because that is generally what is best. I love talking religion with him and I have never pressured him to change his habits or anything else about him. Even Mormon girls who marry non-Mormons want great dads for their kids, and they are oriented to having kids, sometimes many kids. That's just too high a price to pay. I know after residency he would choose a flexible job which would allow for the most family time.
Because I have a husband that is not a member I have a quasi like status in the ward. Ultimately there are no guarantees but I'd say it's worth a shot. A Mormon will tearfully and emotionally recite whichever lesson they need at the given moment. I have dated all walks of TBM women TBM women are closet freaks. I would probably suggest that you cut your losses now. There is a lot about Mormonism I am still struggling to understand, but I am reading faith-based memoirs and studying up on Mormonism as well as other religions but the relevance here is on Mormonism. Discover the joys of a non-sexual relationship and find sincere ways to show affection without sex. But, when you're married to a doctor, know that doctors don't sacrifice for their marriages.
I decided to do the mormon thing and just not think about it too much right now. You might start drinking to ease the pain. I still feel enriched by the contrasts, but in the important things, we have largely come together. Only the racist comments about why it was enacted have been disavowed. Whether you like it or not, you are both married to medicine. I just graduated college and my boyfriend has one more year. Early in our relationship, I gave some thought to the question of whether I would ever be willing to marry a non-Mormon.
But it was frightening Toughen up if you're the doctors girl. Having seen many examples of the disaster it becomes when a member spouse pushes, coerces, ultimatums the non-member spouse into being baptized, I have very assiduously steered clear of those methods from the start. I have learned this painfully with my child growing up in the LDS community. How Soon to Call after a Date. What a fascinating response as always. I have finally learned to pray to change my heart, not his.