But I was unusual in that I never really wanted to convert my husband I was worried I'd have to divorce him if he turned true Mormon and he didn't need me to believe way he does. She seems to be ok with that, and wants to continue our relationship, and also talks about wanting marriage and children, and raising those children to be mormon like her even if I'm not religious. I got to thinking about how I and others in my ward might react if a same sex couple attended church and how those views might WILL, fingers crossed change over the next decade. Toxic is the right word.
The brethren have taught that there is an ideal pattern for marriage. I'm afraid he's going to be more in love with work than me and a family. Like, she thought that serving would remedy her of any doubts or testimony issues. It is fundamental that we focus foremost on developing ourselves as suitably strong men. I want to serve a mission in my old age with my husband. This brings me to the thorniest bit: If your wife is Mormon, your kids will be expected to be Mormon. The woman I have feelings for is conflicted on her religion in regards to me. She may be beautiful, friendly, and sincere.
A straight-laced, returned sister missionary, raised in the cult, and in family of similarly entrenched cult members, will not likely remain happy with a non-member. Mormon theology is peculiar, yes, but the media frequently takes things out of context and misrepresents the religion. With such high standards of perfection, Mormon girls want a man who validates their efforts and confidently provides directionвa man who expects them to be beautiful. What would your relationship look like if you were to marry. Like any woman I am a Medical Assistant I sometimes question myself and ask myself what I would do if "unfaithfulness" came across. I don't think anyone here intended a dismissal of the girl as a human being by stating such. We were "forced" to discuss things such as our deepest goals, desires, priorities, and for us, possibly most importantly, how we show love and also perceive that we are being loved.
See where it goes. I have a fairly business profession, but a lot of other stuff going on most weeknights. Observe the suttle loony behavior of the family during thanksgiving. Marriage is hard, period. Everything about the loneliness and bourdon of raising the kids solo resonates. I would need to ask my husband again. Buy them a bus ticket with a note and an address. He'll pitch in when he can, but that isn't too often. When I talk to him about this he seems to agree that he doesn't like the person he's becoming and doesn't look forward to a career in medicine, but says he can't leave medicine. Only the racist comments about why it was enacted have been disavowed.