I let people assume what they will. She won't look at anything "anti-mormon" but if it's on LDS. I am a happily married mono-faith guy who has no testimony of dusted base boards. Men and women must be willing to accept what they know to be true.
I married a recent convert girl в she may as well have been a nonmember в and less than a year later we got an annulment. I believe strongly that I was meant to marry my spouse. I married my husband 11 years ago, when he was an undergrad student. Reading has become difficult, because I have trouble focusing. Be specific every time you ask. Really, I'm interested in this too.
So yea, I blame residency for his general 'unavailability', and I would assume that is the case with your guy too. I don't want a life of paranoia and loneliness but she is the person I want to be with and I want to ask her the most important question of my life this summer. He went out and purchased a promise ring, but was holding off on giving it to me. I now think that 2 is the only reasonable choice to make, even as a man в staying single my whole life в until and unless I find the woman whom I cannot live without, the woman who is a true companion to me. She found the perfect Mormon guy, they were married in the temple. I don't want to sound like I hate what he does but it's really difficult to be flex parents every time. Have been MD in good relationship for 25 years with kids etc but key is that my wife has her own life and works as hard as I do at her own career and isn't caught up in my world. He also brought up issues with the church when we discussed religion so slowly he brought to light some disturbing facts and even though I would have denied it, it got to me. She might be everything you want, but in her eyes you are not what she has been dreaming of her whole life.
Do not make anything risque public. On the plus side though, after you leave the church, you'll get to spend the remainder of your days bashing it on Reddit. Interreligious marriages are not a new thing. After skimming a lot of these comments it seems like many people have found that the most effective way of coping with their relationship with a doctor is to have low expectations or acknowledge that they will always be second. I am a non-Mormon who moved to Utah for college.