But you are setting yourself up to leave the Church more easily, and even if you agree the children will be raised Mormon, your kids will likely not continue to participate in the Church as adults. I think he tries to listen but doesn't know how. What are the strategies for not taking the absence personally I mentioned above that I'm cognizant of my SO's constraints, but it's definitely hard I have been married to an Interventional Radiologist 30 yrs. But I do still largely consider us an interfaith couple. Please start another thread and continue the conversation.
I mentioned in another post that I am okay with us not seeing each other all the time. No one understands it, so thank you for sharing your thoughts so I know I'm not alone and not being too needy for feeling alone. Where do you find Mormon girls. I never thought fellowship would be worse than residency and boy was I wrong. You should want to keep things new and interesting, as you would in any relationship, while still allowing your date to maintain the standards of her faith. Basically this is different than dating a religious mainstream Christian. You can consider some positive activities and allow you to communicate and learn from each other. And when he's working, you should be able to connect somehow. From reading the above posts from previous posters, please keep in mind that while it helps to read and learn from each others' experiences as we are all in the same boat -- we must also make the distinction between someone's occupation and their personality or character. While that is the case sometimes, it Is much more of an exception than a rule.
You'll be richly rewarded. As a fellow man married to a female Dr. After our child was born, I can say that my resentment of my husband started to grow and overshadow the respect I have for what he does. 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.
The first key question to as is: If the answer is yes then the relationship sounds like it's doomed. Since her father is a bishop, I'm sure he'll want to have his daughter marry a temple worthy person. Also, I'm not involved with a doctor but I am an RN and spend quite a bit of time with them. I have days when I feel like I don't want to do this anymore, but then I go through old pictures and letters and to remind myself that we had it figured out once, and we can figure it out again. Or get them met elsewhere.