And, as I was writing the reply, above, those thoughts went through my head. On top of that, we don't have personal time for each other and as a family often. My husband and I have a much closer relationship than ever before and I just hope that another blue eyed nurse doesn't come along to distract him. I remember attending numerous priesthood meetings by myself and wishing dad were next to me. I'm really glad to hear a few of you have stories of happy interfaith relationships, or leaving the church together, so there's always a chance. And the nonmember spouse may just put pressure on the member spouse to spend more time with them. I was definitely taking the "Tough love" approach because I've read countless times on this and other boards, how Mormons claimed that they were cool with their SO not being Mormon, and that they weren't, themselves, orthodox. Cookies make wikiHow better.
Just an idea, I have no idea what would actually work for her. 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. It is always a nice idea to plan for your date in advance. My husband is a doc in the UK so I moved 7, miles for love. Interfaith marriage is but one variety of the learning experience.
All the shopping, cleaning, cooking, laundry, social planning, trips, any children that we may have and work full time too?. Its interesting to read all the doctor wife's comments and experiences. Its was written in shorthand so its hard to read. Or does this sound more like a conscious choice he's making not to get invested in this. 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.
I had a lot of things going on in my personal life as well, so maybe a relationship wouldn't have worked regardless. It's a heart-wrenching story. Interfaith marriage is but one variety of the learning experience. Well, maybe not a total disaster, that is a bit exaggerated. If so, then step away from the internet and go look him in the eyes and take his hands and start asking him all the questions you asked me. Happy hour is out of the question. I would say though that racial differences are NOT like religious differences, certainly not those between Mo and Nomo. Learn more about the LDS Church. It sucks but ultimately what Mormonism does to people is it makes them value adherence to church more than their relationships with people.