Most of us were suckled on that teat too. There are two ways to go about this. I am a non Mormon. We have been married a mere 3. If you are both in high school, she may refuse altogether. Reconciling this with the doctrine of temple marriage is trickier. So that may be the end of it there. In addition to your religious leaders, there are counselors who specialize in interfaith couples.
My husband, regardless of religious affiliation, is a beloved son of our Heavenly Father who is very much worthy of my love, affection and dedication. The system has broken him down and rebuilt him as someone, I fear, I won't be able to respect or feel connected to. I'm not going to live my life in regret I know it sounds terrible but you gotta do what you gotta do. But from what you said, this girl doesn't sound like she is going to be content to have a marriage for time only. These garments will not be fun for dating, if you know what I mean. I'd love to hear from more veterans about how to make this work in the long run. Is it naive to think we could raise our children to fully participate in two different faiths. Breaking up with someone solely because of religion is something people condemn alot on this sub when its a Mormon breaking it off with a non Mormon, but if floats both ways. Do you know anyone working in medicine or in the healthcare field. That and this recent article https: They are trying to explain how it's ok that the founder used a magic rock to hunt for buried treasure to earn money, and then used that same "seer stone" to translate the Book of Mormon.
Not in endless discussions of temple marriage, not ever. Yes, because that is generally what is best. You might need to trade missionary lessons for research on her part, and we can suggest less scary resources. I'm am dating a guy that is studying for his mcat he only has a couple weeks to go until he writes but I find myself getting mad and upset over little things. I think she felt that it was important for me to understand the types of challenges in an interfaith marriage. The only thing they value it's themselves and their career.
All he says is that it wouldn't change the amount of time that he works. It is nice to hear that I am not alone, and that we can do it. I am a career military man's wife. Much good luck, and keep us in the loop. I'm surprised this thread is still getting replies. Not to mention, he became angry and hostile towards me during the break up. I thought I was very understanding and, while I did invite her out at other times, I was very clear that her studies were paramount and I wanted to support her as best as I could during this time.