As a non-Mormon male widower Catholic contemplating marrying a devout temple recommended widow, I thank you all for the wonderful blog. Be fruitful and multiply. He fit me- does that make sense.
I found that it worked just as well. We still hadn't had the "are we official. Much of it rang true back when my spouse was in med school, internship and residency. I get to spend my life with someone who was not raised on fear and guilt and strict gender roles. We strive to improve each other. Wife finds out, affair continues, but now he is the perfect husband, and she is the perfect wife. Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. It won't be easy. In our church, women are treated with more respect, and are considered to have a literal free ticket to heaven, simply bu because their female. My dad was in the bishopric for most of my childhood, and I was never the person you describe here.
Somehow I never believed any of that; I wanted a career and a small family and never believed religion was a way to identify good character. Good thing is you can have multiple wives in heaven if you become exalted. They are exhausted, under tons of pressure, stressed, and expected to be studying hours after their long shifts. If she can't put you before her religion then you need to walk away. I am very independent and have my own life my own career and do not need my partner to be with me all the time.
I've never understood that bit of the LDS culture. Hi ladies, I'm looking for some advice. There are a great many beliefs I can't condone but most of them are along the lines of gender stereotyping, and how you apply that to your own life obviously varies by individual. The first time, the shrink said, "It is very common for a woman to divorce so their children WILL see their father more. The idea of a rich doctor is almost antiquated. Racial differences can be very trivialвthey really didn't come up much for my parents, for exampleвand are basically false differences. You have to come second right now. Today, at my ward sacrament meeting, in the back section of the chapel where I was sitting, all the women except one were Mormon wives in interfaith families. Now we go out to eat or to watch a play or do something together about once every week or two, which is a nice change compared to once a year.