In response to your comment about being with that creative director think all relationships have problems. I've told him multiple times that I don't care how much money he'll make, but one of his big things is that he wants to provide for me and his family in the future, with that being one of his main motivators. Medicine is not an easy lifestyle for anyone, and sometimes the only thing that gets me through is knowing that at the end of the day or twoI get to come home to my loving husband. Is it naive to think we could raise our children to fully participate in two different faiths. But I was unusual in that I never really wanted to convert my husband I was worried I'd have to divorce him if he turned true Mormon and he didn't need me to believe way he does.
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Within a cultural group marriage is hard. Obviously don't make any commitments further in the relationship because you do not want to be married into an insane orthodox LDS family because it will cause alot of troubles. He has sacrificed parts of his career as well. It gets better towards the later part of the whole deal, but it's always going to be kind of crazy busy. Again, reiterating it, don't expect a decade's worth of time with her, but enjoy her good while you two are together. These garments will not be fun for dating, if you know what I mean. 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. Its was written in shorthand so its hard to read. And as many posters stated, it is something that needs to be seriously discussed with your potential partner. I let her know it's not healthy to expect someone else to change - we can only control ourselves and not others.
The first key question to as is: If the answer is yes then the relationship sounds like it's doomed. Now to answer you question more directly, I believe you should discuss your fears with him so he understands exactly where you want your relationship to go for both of you, otherwise you might grow resentful of him and he may have no clue as to why. If you do not have a lot of time together, make every second count. I've started to get annoyed when close friends approach him for medical guidance. Nothing less will do. But she probably is more in love with the idea of you, than with you. The day could come where she has to decide between her relationship with you and her church. To me, the core question is, is this person inclined toward self transcendence are the inclined, desirous, self aware enough to be selfless. Her attempts to convert you will get stronger and stronger, if you make it clear to her that you will not under any circumstances convert, she'll bounce.
How will this all be once we have children?. Just as secular marriages have problems, so do temple marriages. If she says yes. As a general authority I knew, now deceased, told me in the mid-eightiesвIf you find a good man who is not LDS, marry him. It almost feels like a single parent family. Since moving and starting residency, he has done a complete - no resemblance to the man I fell in love with. Otherwise you risk having an awkward mix between dating and hanging out, which can be uncomfortable for those involved. He realized his dream of being a specialty surgeon and having a family but leaves the dirty work to me. My current atheism bothers him a little but as long as we respect each other it's fine.