She went to BYU and did a 2 year mission, but since she was a girl she got to have a car instead of a bicycle. Oh, yeah, and this girl belongs to a verifiable cult. If you can only think of alcohol and coffee for a good time, you're very disappointed. It started making me feel very nervous and apprehensive at the thought of having a family, and having all of his time be consumed by his work. And that my friend, is just a hint of the extent of the brain wash that Mormons experience. I knew intern year would be brutal and I hoped residency would be a little better, and it was. Going back in time, it was never encouraged for people to marry outside their faith and this covered most christian religions in the United States. If it's true, it'll come out of the criticism looking better.
We have a happy marriage. When my nomo husband does go to church we discuss the talks. My dear faithful LDS aunt married a good non-member man. She got engaged 3 months later. My husband is specialising in Urology. After our first kiss she lets me know she won't have sex with me because she's mormon and we'd need to be married first. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the position of the Church. If you can love them unconditionally with how they are now, then I say go for it. I find that having zero expectations, single parenting and having my own life makes our marriage work well.
Keep things going and see what happens. If you both comfortable having different faiths, your relationship can still be rewarding and fulfilling. The most important thing is an open dialogue, as you say, and utmost respect for the other person. He actually wanted them to be active in a religion and thought this was a good idea. Make sure she knows the plan, so you both can dress appropriately. I posted April 11, Thank you so much for responding to my post as you also know it is kind of difficult to vent about our fears and concerns to friends and family when they are not familiar with the hardship of being with a Doctor. The doctrinal and afterlife issues around a non-temple marriage are an entirely different topic, and one that I am personally much more at peace with than my questions about how one might make an interfaith marriage work in this life. All these post confirming how doctors cheat all the time on their spouse kills me and my hope in a future with him. Please submit content that is relevant to our experiences as women, for women, or about women.
I was thinking the same thing when I read this. All faiths have vocabulary unique to them. I still find it an endearing quality in my spouse, though I miss him sorely. We often have issues because of his relocation every year. It is not the norm.