I won't break his heart not after all the faith he has in me. So if you marry a doctor do not have low expectations, but learn early to take third parties out of your marriage even if you have to call them directly and tell theey do not matter to me. But a recommendation to somebody who isn't in love yet and doesn't have to live with it What are the biggest problems that occur because of the time issues And how are you dealing with this as a couple.
In a few months, he will begin working, and his first few years will be demanding what else is new. I got to thinking about how I and others in my ward might react if a same sex couple attended church and how those views might WILL, fingers crossed change over the next decade. Is it really worth it to give up what I want out of a relationship because its hard to balance studying which I understand is stressful and being with the person who makes you happy. It is a decision he has to come to on his own - hopefully all sped up when he looks around at his current dating pool and eating way too much McDonalds. These same principles have helped build strong, successful religious communities for thousands of years. Thanks for these thoughts. I definitely don't want to lead her on. If we can say them together, great; if not. Divorce would have wiped him out and he would not have been able to ever stop working.
I've been seeing a doctor for two years now. The point made was that a parallel can be drawn between interfaith and interracial marriages. With that being said, I have long considered myself just a tad outside super TBM since we watched Game of Thrones, drank energy drinks, and occasionally stayed in my running clothes sans garments to do yard work. And how little some men understand the value of a well-dusted baseboard. Somehow I never believed any of that; I wanted a career and a small family and never believed religion was a way to identify good character. You are atheist and that's not changing.
Ask her right out if she is at all interested in leaving TSCC. Religion is super important to LDS people but there's also alot of exmormons. Better than freezing up and avoiding them altogether. But I do still largely consider us an interfaith couple. I visit him every month, we managed to go on weekend trips when he's off and he's spend all his vacay time with me and his family.