I know a lot of Mormons who were also not raised on fear and guilt and strict gender rolesвbut I was, as were many of my peers. I feel as if my husband and I just live passed eachother. He is a great man and I know he will always put his family first but this is such a hard decision. After you read the CES letter Im pretty sure you will be grossed out by mormonism. Have any of you wives found the same thing. I am actually tired of the "excuse" that his work is so important or it's a calling. Raising our children as believers is proving to be very tricky. If she can accept me for who I am and what I believe, knowing that I'll never give her the eternal family she wants, then maybe we'll be ok. When she was a kid, Dr.
I spent a lot of time on my knees and made several trips to the temple before I felt l could trust that what I knew I wanted to be promptings actually were. Right now, my husband is in his third and final year of an extremely draining and stressful fellowship. I can honestly say we have grown apart thru the years. Does that make sense.
Only the racist comments about why it was enacted have been disavowed. Today was my birhtday and my husband spent the whole day at work and all night working on his notes. You can and should share with her why you don't and never will believe in the Mormon church, and let her decide for herself, but be prepared to have that blow up in your face. She'll be hoping that you're going to convert and if neither is happy with the other being as they are, you'll find yourself divorced shortly down the road. Some of my family approves of my marriage and some does not. You might start drinking to ease the pain.
He isn't always around for holidays, birthdays, or anniversaries. Don't expect this to be like the others. I think she felt that it was important for me to understand the types of challenges in an interfaith marriage.