If you do, that's okay. Though very busy he tries to be available when I need him. She's already past her prime in the Mormon dating market. I decided to do the mormon thing and just not think about it too much right now. Yes; I suppose if each of us believe the other is brainwashed, there's going to be major problems later on. I feel you on the loneliness. And there is NO taking them off to wear a sleeveless shirt, cute sun dress or regular, girl-length shorts in the summer. I can honestly relate to all the stories i read from your blog. If things get even more serious, try getting her to sign a pre-nup that neither she, nor her family will try to convert you.
The big one is that under Mormon theology both of you must be believing, fully active members to live together in the afterlife. Anyway, I am not sure what the future holds for us, but it was nice to find your blog and see other couples dealing with the same challenges. As a parent, we hope our children will make life choices that will give them the greatest chance of happiness. Of course, arguments happened because I felt neglected at times step 1 and 2 studying or he left dirty laundry in the bathroom.
What a bozza topic. I think my husband would do okay with the loneliness - just like I do. However, like the comment posted on March 18th the program only had one or two wives and the ones they do have are busy with their kids.
You are commenting using your WordPress. You should certainly still date even if you are not looking for a marriage partner. Anecdotes vs a much larger sample size. Make sure she knows the plan, so you both can dress appropriately. I am one to really like my space and opportunity to do my own thing and little projects. If he is the right person for me, then I would wait and deal with the busy schedule in the meantime.