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Fifty years later, not one of her 3 children, her dozen grandchildren or her numerous great grandchildren is an active member of the LDS church. But I can't figure out whether or not we will ever get to that stage with the current situation and I'm scared of wasting my time waiting for things to get better. Like many single members of the church, I have often wondered whether I would be willing to marry someone outside of the temple, and over the past few years I have come to believe that I would be willing to do so. The divorce factor may allow some women to experience single-faith marriage at some point as some Mormon men marry multiple Mormon women over the course of their lifetimes, but the overall point stands: The only options for these women involve seeking a partner outside of the church, or a lifetime of celibacy. Unless you convert she won't marry you, plain and simple. Most of all it's lonely. Life is a journey and going through it with a true partner, and a mutual respect for curiosity, is so far greatly rewarding. Hey Guys- I as well married a female Doc. If your relationship is moving forward, or she suggests doing something more expensive, it is not inappropriate for her to help pay as well. Can anyone suggest specific talking points from content on LDS.
There are other issues at play here that are my husband's personal history and that he is now trying to come to grips with, and I have hope that we can put our marriage and our family back together-but the job marches on, relentlessly, and there is no time allotted for personal healing. The ideal, in my opinion, is that she discovers what we all know about the lies the church tells her. Between kids and his work and his being asleep in the living room chair, there is no communication. My two daughters have each chosen a man who is emotionally and physically available, thank goodness. It doesn't help to know that he is terrible at being alone. Love does a lot. Only idiots are unfriendly to non-Mormon spouses. I get to experience the joys of his culture, which I never would have known otherwise. But I'm still thinking about him. And if you can make it to the Tree of Life and still be with your partner, guess what.
One small thing to add here. At the end of the second date I knew I needed him in my life. I am seeing one right now My late ex was a physician and I was with him through med school, internship, residency and 20 years of his own practice. Do you want to be married in the temple. Submit a new link. Would I like to have him by my side. It has hit me that this relationship is a double standard wherein since we are not married yet, he is not obligated to help me, yet he says once I'm done with my boards and match into residency, we will get married. A Mormon wife will also want to bring the kids along, and that should be discussed and decided before marriage and before kids. The closet is deep though I think that's seriously generalizing. But his absence in the spiritual side of my life, and that of my mother, was very hard.
Sorry if I gave that impression. All I can do is have Faith in Him. As an atheist with Buddhist undertones who married a non-practicing, god-believing Mormon at the height of his questioning, I find this so interesting to me. No doubt that all rightetous persons will accept Christ but not everyone that dies will be righteous. I have feeling you stopped pursuing anyone unlikely to go for you.