I just wanted to tell you that I am grateful for your words!. Doesn't leave many options here though but better than constantly having them push the church on you until you either give in and convert or break up. I google searched for support with tears running down my face. I can't take it. You should be fine as long as you stick to the lines you have laid out. We have been together for around three years and I feel like now more than ever he expects me to just do things his way and not have an opinion. If you do attend parties like that, expect her to drink 7-Up and volunteer as the designated driver, and to be completely repulsed if you drink too much. I think the only thing that can possibly be worse is if he was working in a different country.
I know what they really make, and what they really spend. During "Netflix and chill" the other night, I noticed there was a documentary about mormons. I had many extremely hurtful things said to me, along with an intervention hosted by my married-in-the-temple-and-divorced grandmother. Mormonism is a big thing for those who follow the faith, so Sundays and the occasional event depending on how much she does extra might distract her. It's like talking to a wall. Just to make things worse I am from South America, he is australian and we live in Australia, no much support here Anyway good to know that I am not the only one. I am particularly tied to an area because of family and friends and he was set on selecting a list that was best suited for his career, not me. As I grew and became confident, I learned how to deal with social awkwardness.
All I can think about is the fact that his schedule means that I will have to be the one to shoulder all the parenting and household responsibilities. I am so sorry for the pain you are going through. For me and the woman I'm in love with, we CAN discuss it without breaking down into spittle and hate. Like many Docotors wives, Our husbands have a demanding career. I know that she's even getting her stuff ready to go on her mission. I worry it will only be worse when the kids grow older. This means holding hands while walking around, or even kissing. The decisions we have made in how to raise our kids have been our decisions alone. A Mormon wife will also want to bring the kids along, and that should be discussed and decided before marriage and before kids.
All I can recommend, as a docs wife of nearly 30 years, is prayer or to book a few sessions with a psychologist. While it's true that Mormons are not one-dimensional and completely predictable, the odds of a successful relationship, given the OP's description of his girlfriend, are slim. Then here for a musical explanation of how those who yearn for a rational faith can resolve doubt through symbolical interpretation. Much more, since I am having a hard time to conceive, all adds up to my frustrations. Oh your fiance works in the medicine field, too. Go on your different ways as friends and don't expect your relationship to go anywhere. Their pain is guarded within the confines of their professional experience. You can always expand these into group dates by inviting other couples along, which may make her more comfortable in the early stages of your relationship. Are you still working in interpreting or are you doing something totally different. I want to serve a mission in my old age with my husband.