That was my experience. I would never change my decision to marry him. It is much easier for the Holy Ghost to influence good people. So, one would one think, "yay, she works, has a life and friends and has avoided the ongoing loneliness and "empty nest syndrome". Otherwise you risk having an awkward mix between dating and hanging out, which can be uncomfortable for those involved. Plan on rolling your eyes A LOT at family get torturers together. All of my siblings who married in the church 1 discussed getting married on the first date 2 were engaged within two months, and 3 were married within six months. He is just very dedicated to his patients. Then she can have a chance to actually be the individual she is, and they can have an adult conversation about their future and whether or not they have one.
A more unfortunate soul needs him right now as much as I need him. Log in or sign up in seconds. I'm really glad to hear a few of you have stories of happy interfaith relationships, or leaving the church together, so there's always a chance. Of course she won't want to watch something that in her mind attacks her religion. I don't think I'm eligible to advice, but I would say be prepared to be independent and make lots of friends. Ask him if he's not seeing you to not commit. I wish you the best of luck. By all means, I encourage you to try having those discussions and to make a mental note of when you would choose to walk away instead. Our first Christmas married I want you all to know that you are loved and appreciated. It may not seem like a big deal now, but eventually it will probably surface that at best, the church impacts and influences her behavior in almost every area, at worst, it dictates it.
The day could come where she has to decide between her relationship with you and her church. Maybe he found a nice Mormon girl after all. Good luck with her, and good life to you. It's winter here and I figured she was layering for warmth. Tough to say what will impact your girl most - but there's your best LDS. They were taught that bold sincerity of purpose and a charitable attitude is what makes a man. I'm quite willing to take you at your word, but my guess is that academia had nothing to do with your ex being immature. Just go ahead and ask for the definitions and treat it like learning a new language.
Otherwise her family will likely feel incomplete to her. For girls, being the right age for marriage usually means graduating high school, if not later. My advice would be to become as familiar as possible with her schedule, and then plan activities that will allow you both to get to know each other better, avoid movies. Please see above link for full rules. Response to your edit: Do NOT bring up or mention anything that could be considered "anti Mormon. Nor was there a lack of compassion or respect.