I've decided not to mention the CES letter or anything that could be considered "anti-mormon. There will be struggles in marriage and childrearing whether or not he is a member. You should both sit down and have a serious conversation about what you want and what she wants and if you can both deal with the compromise. But marriages don't last if you have to hold back ugly, sarcastic comments when your partner attends religious services or defends religious beliefs. That means that we are always changing and growing. If anyone interested in dating a doctor and try their luck,you can visit No-Scrubs a special social network just for doctors and physicians. I was actually just talking to my husband about that the other day, at first he said that it depressed him when I said that, but really, it helps. When I see my boyfriend hard at work, it also inspires me to improve and challenge myself in my own way. Among Mormons, 25 is practically an old maid.
The thing is I didn't want to marry someone who I'd never see or spend time with. Those were difficult both in terms of terminology and in understanding what was going on medically. I completely agree, but I think the critical part is that he needs to talk to her. His dad and siblings are also doctors, hence his mom is quite use to the idea of being alone and independent. Mormon chicks have way damaged views on human intimacy. He later converted to her faith and was called to be a temple sealer. I only hate one thing in the planet, and that's the Mormon church. If kids ever came into the picture though, I wouldn't want to be isolated from them psychologically or banned from walking my daughter down the aisle someday. Mormon children are advised, in their religion, to refrain from dating until they are at least 16 years of age. I told her that I want to only be friends.
I would not fear as much as she does, but that is her reality. She might want to follow the 'virgin until marriage' part, or she may personally decide to forego following that in secret. My parents met when my mom was in 8th grade and married when she was I think my sister married fastest and knew her husband at least 18 months, dating for at least half that. I learned, growing up, that very principle, that you HAD to marry a member or your marriage was doomed. Dude just to summarize what I think is the majority of the comments. I told her that I want to only be friends. I knew going into this it would be difficult, so I've braced myself, but I'd be lying if I didn't say there's a lot of disappointment that comes along with the relationship.
I then asked some questions about some of the essays, and her answer to everything is "because god. All that matters to her is things are how they are because god wants them that way. All i want to do it cry reading all of these posts. Spending a lifetime single is not something most people would choose to do, but fear of being forever single should never be a deciding factor in entering a marriage, lest serious problems go unaddressed before serious commitments are made. The most damning information is in the footnotes of the essays. Consider a mix of activities that are inexpensive, and allow you to talk and learn about one another. Mormon theology is peculiar, yes, but the media frequently takes things out of context and misrepresents the religion.