I'm a first year medical student and met my boyfriend in college when he was in med school now in his residency. I'm on the same page as you. If you can't, then it's best to move on. All I can think about is the fact that his schedule means that I will have to be the one to shoulder all the parenting and household responsibilities. After a lot of thought during that relationship with a non-Mormon, I laid out exactly what struggles I was probably going to face: I was worried about my own faith. Some of the most wonderful lesbian sex I've ever had was with a TBM girl. We'll have to discuss that, now that I actually know some things about some things. I tried my best, every bit of me…. Can anyone suggest specific talking points from content on LDS. Mormons can be pretty crazy without it.
The intrusion into my life of an apparently irrational belief that was immune to my influence would have been felt more keenly every year. Men and women must be willing to accept what they know to be true. Seclusion has served to preserve their desirable traits, but it also makes it difficult to gain rapport. Not every LDS person does, unfortunately. Edited 1 time s.
As Joanne mentioned, should you marry interfaith, you will have lots of help from fellow ward members on converting your spouse. But if your faith is a key part of your life, this is huge. I even had someone tell me I should know better than to marry a nomo.
Totally hated it too. I do get the odd text but now with 3 weeks to his exam, calls are out of the question. Much better to marry in the faith if possible. He actually wanted them to be active in a religion and thought this was a good idea. But there also are alot of committed hardworking men who take on a hard job and do their best to juggle work and family.