Be fruitful and multiply. I have a 12 year old daughter from my first marriage and so we didn't move in with him until he and I had been together for 2 years. If everything she is taught is correct and the Mormon church is "true" she should be able to research any anti-Mormon books or movies and prove their criticisms are lies. If you are worries about her or her family trying to convert you, be honest. God works by small and simple means to bring about His great and eternal purposes. But I am really in love with him, and see him as a wonderful man. Having no expectations and being flexible is very important. Some mormon girls are closeted freaks as someone here has already said. It has been very difficult to reconcile our two expectations, hopes and dreams. I really hadn't considered a lot of the points people have brought up.
Of course they do. Due to their religious teachings, Mormons do not smoke, drink alcohol or caffeinated "hot drinks" coffee or tea or do drugs. But I'm wondering about one thing: Do I have cause to be scared out of my mind, or should I just take a chill pill. I am so grateful to have had the ability to instill in them that family comes first. And some will do that. Best wishes in whatever you decide. With so much pervasive degeneracy in the media, Mormon parents think they are safe showing their kids Disney movies. I don't want to make a mistake by leaving everything I have going on for me for him.
God Bless you and all the other doctors' wives that have transparently shared their experiences on your page. I'm in the exact same pulling-out-my-hair situation that you are. I feel a sense of freedom would come with it, but I am also afraid of what this could mean for us in the long run. But it is luck of the draw. Many blessings to you. Do any of your husbands drink alot of wine. In the end, God is a just God. But, as soon as the marriage happened, the Mormon spouse goes full on Orthodox and expects the non Mormon to comply. If she says that the mission was the greatest experience and best two years of her life, any chance you have at a normal long-term healthy relationship is dim unless you convert. To them, everyone is either TBM, hasn't learned the truth yet, or has some kind of personal failing laziness, desire to sin, allowed themself to be deceived by satan, etc.
I can totally understand. I can understand his desire to spend time together to reconnect, but right now it really isn't there. Otherwise her family will likely feel incomplete to her. Now if your faith is not so strong to begin with, this perhaps is no big deal. But from what you said, this girl doesn't sound like she is going to be content to have a marriage for time only. He apologized up and down. This girl is also a real person, not a caricature of a cult member, and even if the ultimate result is a breakup, she deserves to be treated with compassion and respect. I'm quite willing to take you at your word, but my guess is that academia had nothing to do with your ex being immature.