The bottom line is that you are setting yourself up for difficult times ahead. A couple of things I run into most is that people assume I am also Mormon. I think patience and understanding is also important. I'll keep being me and we'll see what happens. We have a happy marriage. Amasa enjoys art, music, and traveling. There's definitely strength in kindred spirits.
Make sure she knows the plan, so you both can dress appropriately. Ultimately there are no guarantees but I'd say it's worth a shot. Good luck to you.
I was skeptical whether this would work with Mormon girlsв sheltered girls who would never step inside a dance club or be wooed by pickup artists. No one, except someone who has been Mormon can understand how deep the hooks are sunk into the Mormon psyche. Mormons have a well-known code of health, called the Word of Wisdom. I know residency is particularly bad, but what about when he finishes that. I just returned from a difficult meeting with my psychotherapist and felt depressed-then I found this amazing blog.
There is no such thing as a perfect Mormon family- regardless of whether the parents are sealed or not. Even if she does, you'll be the reason in her family's eyes. Here are a few questions you could ask her. IE в the comment about not having a husband to give priesthood blessings, etc. I decided to sort of play along because she was amazing and I didn't believe some of the things she was telling me she actually believed. God knows the big picture. Be open-minded; accept that different people have different beliefs, and that they do not always have to match with yours. The hardest thing is the feeling of being completely shut out. It seems like mormons in particular are even more crazy than the majority of crazy religious people, and the manipulation and treatment of people who wish to think for themselves and challenge their beliefs is really frightening. She can never hang out on Sundays because she apparently spends the entire day at church.