I explained to her that from my perspective, if a religious person does something good, you can't trust them because they're doing it for the wrong reasons: When an atheist does something good, you know they're not doing it for any reason other than to help someone else. No walking your daughter down the aisle, no giving your daughter away at the alter, nothing but you standing outside the temple waiting till it's over. Is forever possible with a doctor??. At 30, you just give up. Seclusion has served to preserve their desirable traits, but it also makes it difficult to gain rapport. I've told him multiple times that I don't care how much money he'll make, but one of his big things is that he wants to provide for me and his family in the future, with that being one of his main motivators. If you want to go against that trend, one of you will almost certainly change perspective. That's all we're really saying. Facebook Email Twitter Print. That being said, no matter what the cause, I wasn't getting what I needed out of it and I had to make the decision to either keep things the status quo or move on.
Based on what you have written about your GF, my opinion is that you should cut your losses and move on. Read our Exit Stories from Mormonism. 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. Sorry, you can't reply to this topic. The Mormon youth must not date before Aside from that, the Church also discourages them from getting into a serious relationship before they consider getting married. All this said, God is love and fully understands and appreciates your problem.
You would be able to force her to confront the facts without feeling threatened. It can't be antiMormon. Then here for a musical explanation of how those who yearn for a rational faith can resolve doubt through symbolical interpretation.
Keep the relationship casual. And the you've seen the CES letter. Some days there is so much pain that I can barely type. Mormonism is simply too unaccepting of mixed relationships. I have learned this painfully with my child growing up in the LDS community. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Well, for me I'd take issue with the refusal to be a gentleman. That said, there are also a lot of pricks inside the church, who fully deserve membership. Did everything in my power to support him, whether it be financial, emotional, etc. I don't want to sound like I hate what he does but it's really difficult to be flex parents every time.