Am still very hopeful and in love. I know residency is particularly bad, but what about when he finishes that. I get looking ahead, but it seems like you are very unhappy with the way things are now. I am a soon-to-be Surgeon's wife and my boyfriend and I have started discussing the changes that are going to happen when he enters his residency.
I seriously questioned the future of our relationship based on that fact alone. Read our Exit Stories from Mormonism. Fifty years later, not one of her 3 children, her dozen grandchildren or her numerous great grandchildren is an active member of the LDS church. If you are willing to wait, then well and good; otherwise, it is best to move on. Even more lonely for myself as I have no one to complain this situation to. The fact she's dating you while you aren't a Mormon is at least a sign of hope. I also remember my father a stake president telling me the night before I got married that every single couple he had counseled through marriage struggles were not reading their scriptures or praying together every night. That's the difference - marrying for love vs marrying for a paycheck.
However, that doesn't mean I am in a situation where I can call or text or anything. Would they have stayed in the church if dad was a member. Maybe you will win. Nothing less will do. Ladies take a stance. I am active in church, I take my kids regularly, and I have callings. I loved him for THAT. Maybe he found a nice Mormon girl after all. I have been married to a doctor for 5 years now and we have two children. She was a mormon and he finally joined the church at For 40 years there was a disconnect and she really viewed him as a lesser person cause he wasn't a member.
I"am a man married to a female doctor with two daughters one is five years of age the other two and a half. And I don't mean my good friend Satan. Yes, we had been in a rough patch for sometime with all of the changing happening around us, moving, starting residency, etc. Religious affiliation is not the only criteria when selecting a spouse. I have been that crazy lady with four kids alone at everything, school events, home events, church events. But you are setting yourself up to leave the Church more easily, and even if you agree the children will be raised Mormon, your kids will likely not continue to participate in the Church as adults. It was totally eye-opening. At 30, you just give up. I chose to get married and move across the state to live with my husband and left my job, family and friends and let me tell you, it's been tremendously difficult to meet new friends in the new town. The argument progressed to I do not feel comfortable moving with you unless there is some sort of "promise.