As Joanna said, marriage takes some work no matter what, but being married to your best friend, and listening to the spirit brings great blessings. It is not easy for a nonmember spouse to understand a three hour worship block plus callings etc. Maybe about a year ago.
This has been a good distraction when she's doing awkward shifts but coordinating time together can be difficult. Mormonism is simply too unaccepting of mixed relationships. After two years of being together with very few problems, it ended within 30 minutes of having "The Talk" about my future religiosity. If you are married to your best friend, then love him unconditionally, share the struggles, accept the sacrifices and know that if he could, he would rather be with you than with a sick or dying patient. She might not be keeping the Word of Wisdom, living according to the Law of Chastity, or attending church regularly. They have heavy-handed laws, free handouts, unfair advantages for getting jobsвa loud feminist illusion spoon fed to them.
Now for the family part We are different people in one big way, I am very extroverted and say whatever's on my mind and he's introverted and everything is very thought out and he likes alone time. He says he hasn't loved me for the last 2 years and was only staying for the sake of the kids. I think nothing really prepared either of us for fellowship though. Be prepared for divorce. She still has another year of residency but I am hoping she chooses a specialty that is not as demanding on her time.
Does that make sense. The woman I have feelings for is conflicted on her religion in regards to me. Dont aggressively try to destroy her faith but bring up philosophical thinking points. I think that if these two really care about each other that she should be told to take a moment and ask herself how she would feel if they break up over this and years later she finally researches her religion. You guys have very thick skin. He was also born in Russia during the 80s and did not come to the United States until so we sometimes deal with cultural differences as well as religious. Look, as a shelia, its no different from a bloke. Within a cultural group marriage is hard. He also wants to have kids soon since I am already The dilemma I have now is: I do not know how would our relationship shape up, after marriage, assuming everything goes fine.