What you are potentially choosing is certainly not the easiest path. It is not easy for a nonmember spouse to understand a three hour worship block plus callings etc. You have to make the decision as to what you want your home and your children to have in that home. We have been married for nearly 28 years and yes I went to parents evening, open days, Christmas play, sports days alone Because of the long hours, it was hard for me to build a career outside the home, I have built one working from home, but was not easy as I do everything that has to do with our family life even when we go on holiday the only thing Dr know is where we are going.
The church can be a very cruel place for single people. After a lot of thought during that relationship with a non-Mormon, I laid out exactly what struggles I was probably going to face: I was worried about my own faith. I've been dating my girl for 5 years and we have just broke up because she told me she likes someone else but she say she still loves me I have been married for 8 months, my husband is starting his training in orthopaedics Never imagined my life will be like this The 3 years we were together prior marriage when he was an intern were not like this at all I read all the comments and I can see there no much hope for things to improve Constant absences, constants arguments, I have to make myself available when he is available, I am an architect, I have a demanding job myself, but still beings doctor seems to be a lot more important than my career. I appreciate knowing all you have mentioned since it gives me a bit of insight and some real good tips.
But I am really in love with him, and see him as a wonderful man. All in good time, my dear. A lot of people are religious. In the Garden of Eden, Eve may have introduced sin into the world, but ultimately her actions worked out for good because it allowed all of us to be born and tested in this telestial state. Honestly, you are probably the only person who she has ever known to outwardly label themselves an atheist.
I am a non Mormon. The envy of all of our friends. She won't marry you. Although we're young, we've talked about marriage and the realities of everything. It CAN work, to be frank. During those years, I think we had about 5 dinner dates. If she says yes. He actually wanted them to be active in a religion and thought this was a good idea. I am becoming more lonely now than before. It can't be antiMormon.