If he weren't a doctor saving lives and had more free time, he could most definitely do YOUR job. I know you got a zillion replies, and I have not read them. I stopped working after our 2nd child because his hours were so irregular and there was no predictability to his schedule.
My husband, regardless of religious affiliation, is a beloved son of our Heavenly Father who is very much worthy of my love, affection and dedication. This can keep the relationship from getting too exclusive, and spending time with more people can give you a wider variety of things to do. There are such things as perfect loving families though. Word to the wise, wait a day or two. First of all, Mormons are people so there is a spectrum of what they actually believe on a personal level, and what beliefs are most important to them. The point is that there are way too many people talking in this thread as if they have some sort of psychic knowledge a stone in a hat, perhaps.
I know my husband appreciates me looking into it because he knows I am doing it to gain an understanding into the culture he was raised in. I read through a few of the LDS. There is NO guarantee that marrying a returned missionary RM in the temple equates with love and happiness. But remember that it is also your wife's choice to obey or disobey, and that you have no authority over her as a person, either. And I learned how freeing that is. I do not have the answer в but I keep trying to figure it out.
Hey Guys- I as well married a female Doc. This is because if your relationship gets serious and you guys get married, then she may have to forgo many of the customs of her religion. I can understand his desire to spend time together to reconnect, but right now it really isn't there. You will be expected to condone but not attend events in the temple to which you will not be granted access. She might not realize how important it is to compromise. I explained to her that from my perspective, if a religious person does something good, you can't trust them because they're doing it for the wrong reasons: When an atheist does something good, you know they're not doing it for any reason other than to help someone else. Move on, but after thanksgiving. My family says I should leave him…. Yet people look at me like I'm crazy.