I was in your same position years ago. We all wondered why should would go against such a blessing. What a fascinating response as always. Have those candid conversations with HIM, ponder, and listen closely for the guidance of the Holy Ghost. At best they just try to include you in the community, and at worst you are constantly told that you'll be welcome "when you're ready. Life is suddenly wonderful, and you catch yourself smiling, humming, and happy all the time. If you can live with some auxiliary authority in your life knowing that your wife will, as necessary, bend to its will instead of yours, you'll cross those bridges as you come to them. 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. I have plenty to do but I do it alone. Do some research of your own as well, so that you know a little more about the person you are dating.
I hate to be so undiplomatic, but it will always create friction in your life to have this level of religious difference. A wonderful resource tool with great updates. My doctor husband and I have been married for 2 and a half years. However, I will have a talk with him about where things are going between us. She started crying when I explained this to her. There is a lot about Mormonism I am still struggling to understand, but I am reading faith-based memoirs and studying up on Mormonism as well as other religions but the relevance here is on Mormonism. For me, one of those bouncers is my marriage to the most wonderful woman alive. Can I add to this extremely old thread. Thank you for this advice!.
But my son will be 14 then and I will feel that I've already done the work of raising a child. But wait a minute. LDSdotOrg is mostly propaganda. I found that it worked just as well. She's likely openly telling her family that it's okay he's not Mormon because she's going to get him baptized. About two years into our marriage, I got sick of waiting in bed for him to come read scriptures with me. He puts no effort forth toward our marriage - he has no time or energy to do so.
If she had to choose one issue to dedicate her life to, it would be gender equality. I don't know why the system allows this type of treatment Not only do the residents feel like they "should" be giving every single bit of their energy, intellect, passion, soul to their residency programs, but they are told by their program directors, attendings and everyone else around them that they "must". At the end of the second date I knew I needed him in my life. A lot of Mormons escape that pitfall and can put people first.