The important part of finding a partner to marry does not, in my opinion, revolve around whether or not you are of the same religion. Then a few months later he was not given time off for our daughter's pre-school graduation which was a big deal at the school especially since the school was closing. He is a great doctor and everyone loves him great that makes it easy there are always going to be flirty women if you are not a strong women then run. I would like to compliment the brave ladies for being the strong spouse and keeping the marriage moving forward. Your crush might put a lampshade on her head and call it innocent fun. We moved city over 6 months ago which was in the best interests of her career as well as mine. It's unfair to assume that she feels that way without asking her. I definitely don't want to lead her on. Medicine is not an easy lifestyle for anyone, and sometimes the only thing that gets me through is knowing that at the end of the day or twoI get to come home to my loving husband.
It is tempting for Mormon girls to become lazy because they have such a high standard compared to typical girls. Maybe things would be have different if I had been older or if I had not been so fragile. Sorry man, but if I knew what I know now I would have cut my losses.
I can see how it would be easy to think wow, I'm not even worth 3 minutes of conversation and I don't want you to feel that way. The Mormon culture has mastered the forked tongue. Can anyone suggest specific talking points from content on LDS. You should expect that this will define your relationship with her. Most of us were Mormons and one point, many of us were even TBMs. All that matters to her is things are how they are because god wants them that way. Her Religion is the single most important thing in her life.
After a lot of thought during that relationship with a non-Mormon, I laid out exactly what struggles I was probably going to face: I was worried about my own faith. Life After Mormonism Chat. I just happened upon your blog I'm a doctor's wife as well - rural family medicine and I just wanted to agree with you that "have no expectations" is awesome advice.