Maybe there is wisdom behind some of the peculiarities. Did he get kicked out of the church for marrying you. My nonmember husband and I have been married for almost 18 years. If I'm serving tables at a restaurant, I'm going to tell my boss that she's got to cover for me because there's an emergency and I'm leaving. If yes, do you promise to not proselytize to me and let me drink a simple cup of coffee in my own home. Two people can be as completely different as it is possible to be and respect each others' beliefs. 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. Harmony will prevail if the husband appreciates the value of church service and attendance. These same principles have helped build strong, successful religious communities for thousands of years.
I do wonder if you ask this blog just to get supporting advice. You can watch them all in about a half an hour and you'll know almost everything you need to know. Pickings are slim at church. This can be a good way to learn more about your personalities. Basically this is different than dating a religious mainstream Christian.
I think the most important thing is to bring up the issues as questions rather than points as why she's wrong. Global Resource for Healthcare Professionals. This means no swearing, loud talking, or making offensive jokes. Oh this is a great set of questions. Said he wanted those extra few minutes in the morning, but prefaced it by saying he knew it was selfish of him. In the end people have to make their own decisions. I'm the wife of an intern and we try to make a night each week to go do something, just the two of us. So that's something I can't say is good or bad.
I really do have strong feelings for him and want to make this work… but I'm beginning to feel like I have no identity of my own anymore and I will forever just be, "the doctor's wife. That is a goal worth fighting for. She's told me the church is one of the most important things to her, but from what I've researched already there's no way I would subject my future children to this culture. But when my oldest daughter hit 12, the lessons started to have one major theme: This is what girls are told should be their primary goal. Work on myself, not him. Someone already said it, but unless you are planning on converting, this is a dead end relationship.