In the interfaith marriages that work where one is LDS and the other is not religious, it only works out when the LDS partner is not fully a believer anymore. You'll question your parenting decisions but he won't be involved in supporting you because he'll have no idea what's going on and little interest. So when our children bring home a potential mate that has cultural, racial, religious or other big differences then our child, our concerns immediately flare up. It broke my shelf, we left as an entire family, and our marriage is better than ever. Where we have just started dating less then a year now. We need to believe fully and then we make choices, not the other way around.
The history of racism and violence is upsetting. No lie he is so very loving and caring understands me feeling,but I must say loving and dating a doctor is really hard. I feel like I have finally found a sisterhood with a few brothers as well of people who know how I feel and what I deal with on a daily basis. 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. Is it wrong not to. Why shouldn't both people be responsible for making it work. I had to lobby and cry alot so I could bring my dog up, I am not sure how that will go because dogs have hair, need to go out, and the house might get messed up. To prevent problems from developing in the marriage over in what faith the possible children should be raised. Listen to the still small voiceв.
By those standards, I was a failure, my husband wasn't "good enough" - and my daughter had ambitious real goals that required a lot of time and effort. This happened to me, and it took me forever to get out of the cult. Things are very very difficult at the moment. I only hate one thing in the planet, and that's the Mormon church. At the risk of overloading this post, I'm going to copy and paste here, a Reddit comment that I made in this exmo sub the other day. December 10, at 7: December 10, at December 11, at 6: December 20, at 6: December 10, at 2: December 14, at March 1, at March 8, at 1: March 7, at December 10, at 8: Having dealt with a similar issue all of last week I have a couple things to say. I can completely relate to all the other doctor' s wives feelings and life experiences. Which is an absolute lie. Sometimes I seat and think how we can make this work when both of us have career aspirations I am trying to find a tenure-track position close to my husband this year, and I just keep my fingers crossed that I can do that. I want so much to be supportive, but since my family is gone, I find myself afraid that I will come off as needy if I ask for attention or more affection.
The church creates massive guilt and shame in children and adults usually through sex related shaming. I completely agree, but I think the critical part is that he needs to talk to her. Men and women must be willing to accept what they know to be true. This woman has already given two full years fully devoted to the institution without question. I grew up in Utah, attended BYU, and served a mission. They don't have control so they easily a Fall prey to other doctors and nurses etc. Nobody has prepared her for one, definitely haven't prepared her for a healthy physical relationship.