Totally hated it too. Each to their own though. Ask her rhetorically if she would dump her religion for her true love. Just going to jump in and then jump out I remember how idealistic I was back then, but here's reality: You will be without him most of the time. You can watch them all in about a half an hour and you'll know almost everything you need to know. I'm not afraid of long distance, nor am I afraid of moving to follow him for med school, residency, fellowship etc. And here we are with our trivial problems. I stand by my original statement. It has just made me realize that these formulas a lot of us Mormons learn growing up about how to have a happy marriage are, well, crap. Get helpful advice on your cases from a community of physicians.
She doesn't want to marry you. Then I discovered that Mormons were a welcome exception to the degeneracy that pervades American women. I've been in a similar situation before. There are billions of other girls out there who I wouldn't have issues like this with. Usually, when Mormon girls marry non-Mormon men, these women forsake their religion and revert to ordinary American woman. It's a great idea to know where you stand so that you'll be prepared when this comes up in conversation. He was gone by 6: I was left to manage the house, the finances, the kids' schedules and what little time was left over for my own interests. Once you both die, you will not be married in the afterlife and she will get assigned to be the polygamous wife of someone else. I would like to ask for some advice from the spouses of Docs or Docs to be on how to handle the house responsibilities. Who hit on them or the other way round.
We might not always like the way some priesthood holders act, but to disparage the priesthood is not being responsible. One red flag I have for Mormon girls is if they drink coffee. She's admitted to loving me before but she has problems and issues with what she wants. Am I resentful - yes!!. I wouldn't swap roles with my husband any day, he definitly has it the hardest. So that's something I can't say is good or bad. I have learned this painfully with my child growing up in the LDS community. But I do believe in modern prophets and that God gives no commandment that is not for our own happiness. I think one has to become somewhat vulnerable and broken to truly experience the best side of happy- and he will not, and can not allow that to happen. This is a very delicate territory, so tread carefully.
You need to disabuse them of this notion. Like, she thought that serving would remedy her of any doubts or testimony issues. I will definitely take your advice and talk with him about my concerns I truely love him and want us to see eye to eye about certain issues since we are working towards being in this for the long run.