It is how she is programmed and it is a fundamental tenant of the religion. Ladies, doctor's are definitely not all they're cracked up to be. I think about leaving all the time now because by myself there are no disappointments. When I come home, I don't necessarily want to be alone, I just need to do things that will calm or recharge me instead of things that will tire me out more. So it will just be for this life that it may be hard to have a non-believing spouse. I'm going to disagree with what some of the people have said. If your spouse thinks 8 is too young to get baptized, are you all right with waiting until they are older. It is so hard, so sad and so lonely. I don't think I can do it again. To be honest; we're not couples matching pretty disparate specialties not conducive to couples matching but we're matching by geography, so I guess we'll have to wait and see if we're still together after the match: Well I guess you can always ask him for a little clarification etc.
While the Church allows dating at 16, it discourages serious relationships until you both are older and considering marriage. He feels obligated so often and wants to be a nice guy I don't think he even realizes how he hurts me when he so often chooses work. Two very simple things that require so much effort and understanding. By the way I work full time about 60 hours a week with my company and seem to never miss anything for my kid and can do all his bullshit also. She has opened my eyes to many parts of our national culture that are not in harmony with righteousness. I can be part of a church family whether my spouse goes or not. We attempted to date back when I was in undergrad and he was in med school, and it went nowhere -- mostly because I was young, immature, self-centered and your typical spazzy college kid at that point. Unless you convert she won't marry you, plain and simple.
She will probably feel persecuted and attacked if you try. If you can love them unconditionally with how they are now, then I say go for it. So I am a female senior pre-med student. After his mission he lost faith on everything for some reasons. Willl he build resentment at the struggle to get him to change whether real or imagined. A lot of shared hobbies, interests, life goals. This could possibly be worked out with some communication; perhaps he just hasn't given it enough thought to realize how shitty it is It's very inconsiderate of him. This can be a good way to learn more about your personalities.
For me and the woman I'm in love with, we CAN discuss it without breaking down into spittle and hate. I am dating a wonderful man, amazing. You can't provide that for her so your marriage will be defective from the outset. My faith, while less orthodox, has certainly matured.