Do what feels right. Marry a person based on his character, not his religion. You will always be second place. He is truly my soulmate and I shudder to think that if I had not chosen to marry outside of the church, I would not have had this life with him. The rest of it is all just the normal course of events for someone in this situation, but this isn't a good sign: If he were thinking about you, he'd contact you when he does have the rare free minute or two. Now we go out to eat or to watch a play or do something together about once every week or two, which is a nice change compared to once a year. We met at home just before he went back to school and even though we only had a week together, it was whirlwind and we already spoke of marriage and kids. The common theme here form the complaining spouses is that few of them seem to have their own lives. I find myself oscillating between empathy, pity, and rage, but lately, it's been mostly rage.
In retrospect, I believe I was being led to my current spouse. Well, there were other circumstances that made it especially unique and One thing in your favor is the fact that she is in her late 20s by Mormon standards she is already an old maidhopefully she and her family will just want her to have love and not put the pressure on converting you, but there are countless stories of dudes getting dumped on here because ultimately they chose the church. I know from my own experience that God has the answers and that He speaks to those individuals who humbly seek Him. And most of those end up with both people losing their faith or a divorce. That is the million dollar question. Every new set in our ward looks at him as fresh meat.
Some exceptions and valid reasons do exist for divorce but self righteousness is not on of them. His whole family joined after he did. Many, many lapsed Mormons catch the true vision of the gospel at some time in their lives and desire to repent and become observant again. Joanna в this is one of your best. Why prophets are awesome. I have had to compromise more often than I would have liked. Finally, the decision of whom you marry is really between you and God. It's unfair to assume that she feels that way without asking her.
Instead, I found someone outside the cult and we've been married almost 32 years She's looking for a dedicated priesthood holder who will take her to the temple. And he is reading one of my favorite Buddhist-based books, in an effort to understand my beliefs. And I learned how freeing that is.