That means that we are always changing and growing. Did you ask him to drop you off and he refused, or were you hoping he'd think of it himself. I can see why people get a divorce when their kids get older. If she is still Mormon and you are not, she will always secretly hope that you convert, just like you will always secretly hope she leaves the church. This always seemed terribly wrong to me.
If I were a Good Doctor's Wife I'd be loving and reassuring and tell him that everything is going to be ok. If we have children, they will be OK to go to your church, but not compelled to do so, and never baptized. I think in most situations its either you join or she leaves- either you, or the church. The odds are definitely not in OPs favor for something like this working for him. Maybe things would be have different if I had been older or if I had not been so fragile. It really can be that simple.
I don't want to come off as needy or clingy but I've also never dated someone in the medical field before. We DO live paycheck to paycheck. He said that if there is an exception, it is for the individual to obtain through the spirit. Ultimately, it comes down to this. If you were the one who did the asking, it is simply chivalrous and gentlemanly for you to pay for dinner, the movie, or whatever else you do. Thank you so much for your comment. Ultimately there are no guarantees but I'd say it's worth a shot. My spouse and I are best friends first and I think that's what really makes it work.
I'm not trying to be mean, just very clear. His whole family joined after he did. Mormonism is a religion that's as manipulative as it is comforting. You can always expand these into group dates by inviting other couples along, which may make her more comfortable in the early stages of your relationship. But it was frightening Toughen up if you're the doctors girl.