He is controlled by his pediatric physician wife, trying to help others with their illness, and still is with me. What you are potentially choosing is certainly not the easiest path. The man presides over everything. You are expecting him to be like your exes and you want him to be the one to chase you. If you want to go against that trend, one of you will almost certainly change perspective. These are also only the American statistics. If you have tended to straddle the line between light and dark in the past, or have been a partier, expect to make some changes for this relationship, and expect certain things from your new crush.
There's a different kind of balance, but that doesn't mean that there's no balance. These same principles have helped build strong, successful religious communities for thousands of years. And you seem like a good person. It was more about my own spirituality and our relationship in our marriage. We are only engaged and as much as I love him, I can't handle the pain of watching my goals and dreams wash away to be at his disposal. I married a non-member over 20 years ago. We met after he finished his residency and started working as an ER director. Unless you convert she won't marry you, plain and simple. I am 27, LDS, and 5 days away from marrying my own amazing non-Mormon man.
Think of every possible scenario you can think of. I have always worked full-time and no employers ever give you any lenience. I have to say that I am a lucky woman. The sons inevitably went inactive later in life. That said, there are also a lot of pricks inside the church, who fully deserve membership. And after dating a few months we both knew we wanted to get married.
So if you marry a doctor do not have low expectations, but learn early to take third parties out of your marriage even if you have to call them directly and tell theey do not matter to me. With his busy schedule, all of the household chores laundry, dishes, cooking, grocery shopping, cleaning, bill paying, etc. A lot of people will tell you to run but if she is in her late 20s most Mormon guys her age are married. And even longer when you add that one-year fellowship to the end of it. Log into your account. If you can't, then it's best to move on. If we can say them together, great; if not.