Unless you have some super amazing other dating prospect there isn't a huge reason to cut this relationship off now. The Mormon university BYU is quickly falling due to these feminists. Imagine if all the men in the world weighed over pounds and acted like slobs. Having said that I'm not looking to get married any time soon, so no. 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. Before I proposed, I actually broke up with my partner for a month в mostly due to family pressure. You should be fine as long as you stick to the lines you have laid out.
She may have served a mission as an ultimatum to herself. She is passionate about it. Ultimately we broke up. I find there are less disappointments when I know I am completely on my own. As my husband learns about Mormonism I get to see it through his fresh eyes. I've supported him for 5 years, taken on that Doctor's Partner role, put my ambitions on the back burner, and it hasn't done a lick of good. Whatever your leaders have said, consider their counsel, give it the weight it deserves, then counsel with your Heavenly Father about your own situation.
I haven't read every post like you probably havebut I've read a lot of them. And after years of this struggle, will your love for him and desire to avoid the hassle cause you to reduce your activation. Then she took a vacation to Utah and in her letter to me she stated that she had seen the Temple, and I never heard from her again. I really felt overwhelmed with the loneliness and no support. You have been blessed with the equipment to make such decisions.
But I don't want to put any more demands on his time, which is why I thought maybe asking for quick phone call on his drive home might help. I would love to someday find myself sitting in the pew with you, sharing this amazing journey. Thanks for adding your experiences. Marriage is unbelievably amazing and indescribably painful; I have been at it for 28 years with my soul mate. Living in an interfaith, marriage can be hell. I feel a sense of freedom would come with it, but I am also afraid of what this could mean for us in the long run. And by joining I mean become just as fanatic in it as she is All her life she's been taught that she needs to be married in a Mormon temple Wife left when I came out If her family are all Traditional Believing Mormons, they will try to convert you.