Thanks for the comment. I was definitely taking the "Tough love" approach because I've read countless times on this and other boards, how Mormons claimed that they were cool with their SO not being Mormon, and that they weren't, themselves, orthodox. This is normal for residents.
It started making me feel very nervous and apprehensive at the thought of having a family, and having all of his time be consumed by his work. She will be oh-so-grateful if you do not pressure her to discard those values. I'm not trying to be mean, just very clear. I can't quite put my finger on it. Catholics basically married catholics and protestants basically married protestants. Immediateley after we got married I realised things were not going to be as I thought. It should be our time with boys. The essay on race and the priesthood claims that Brigham Young prophesied that blacks would receive the priesthood someday, but if you actually follow the link in the footnotes you will see that he was misquoted.
My husband, regardless of religious affiliation, is a beloved son of our Heavenly Father who is very much worthy of my love, affection and dedication. You should also be willing to date other people. If he has to work late call a girlfriend or paint a picture. He admitted then that there had been another short sexual liaison with a nurse prior to that. 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. That response made her very happy.
If you are dating a Mormon man or woman, be genuinely interested in their religion. Take what you read with a grain of salt. These exclusions, dictated by doctrine, hold the potential to create wedges between you, both immediately, and in the long term. We also do not allow harassment of those who post about being victims of rape, or who state that they are contemplating suicide. You are expecting him to be like your exes and you want him to be the one to chase you.