And now, a final word: Send your query to askmormongirl gmail. Go for the joy, the experiences, the children to come. Make an honest effort, and see if you reach the walk-away point. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I say to you, decisions determine destiny. I let her know it's not healthy to expect someone else to change - we can only control ourselves and not others. Patriarchal leadership is something that most women in the world valued until recently, but it is still a chief value with Mormons. It is not something that should be taken lightly. But marriages don't last if you have to hold back ugly, sarcastic comments when your partner attends religious services or defends religious beliefs. If you think your girlfriend's resistance to being exposed to anything critical of Mormonism sounds cult-like, you are right.
She is in pretty deep and culture is a powerful force. We are trying to conceive now, and I am contemplating if this was the right path for me. He left his practice of many years and started a new one this week. The history of racism and violence is upsetting. Maybe he found a nice Mormon girl after all.
I'm sorry this was so longwinded and not really an answer to your questions. Being what you can even for 2 hours a week will help. So that may be the end of it there. Not all of us are able to achieve that ideal but we are to strive for it.
I grew up in Utah, attended BYU, and served a mission. Her husband recently - and finally - traded it in for a Prius. Does it mostly depend on his specialty or just how he prioritizes things. We had a long distant relationship for 3 years. Log in or sign up in seconds. If she had to choose one issue to dedicate her life to, it would be gender equality. So how do we approach saving a relationship with someone who has unrealistic expectations of what a long-term relationship looks like.