Amasa enjoys art, music, and traveling. This blog accommodates some frank admissions about that which is less than wonderful about LDS. Of course, your parents will care most. She is showing a common attitude of distrust for "anti-mormon" material. Is it really worth it to give up what I want out of a relationship because its hard to balance studying which I understand is stressful and being with the person who makes you happy. But please also know that the people who love you are hoping you make the right decision because they want you to be happy.
I just happened upon your blog I'm a doctor's wife as well - rural family medicine and I just wanted to agree with you that "have no expectations" is awesome advice. It is really hard and so good to see that I am not alone in this. She asked me to read that site and write down questions. Mormon women greatly value sincerity of purpose. Which is an absolute lie. Can he see the good in it, or does he focus on the more controversial aspects. Well, for me I'd take issue with the refusal to be a gentleman. Until our marriage, I was living a care free life when I would do things as I please. It is so hard, so sad and so lonely.
I'm not complaining about the sex, but sometimes it prevents me from getting to know him better when we don't share any other bonding activities or get a chance to really talk. In some cases you can just simply live together with differing religions. Basically nothing like reality.
It is amazing how different values and outlooks, interpersonal relationships can be from family to family. He was not a prominent man in the church. But I got tired of that, and I made it clear to him that I will stay in with him as often as he wants, put him to bed, make food with him or for him, clean, etc. Any advice from people who have gone through this would be awesome.