As our relationship has progressed, this vague hypothetical question has led to some much more concrete thinking about what an interfaith marriage would be like for me, for him, and for us. Be prepared for divorce. This guy was orbiting so strongly that he changed his religion before they were even dating. You will be kept abreast of political changes within the church that regulate your wife's behavior -- you are probably already aware of several rules she follows. We have been together since his second year of med school so I have gone through step one and step two and all the shelf exams that were taking up his time, now I have to do the 80 hours thank God for the cap and usually he works more than that Good luck to all of you and I know we will all make it. And generally those people seem to have great difficulty in breaking off the relationship, even though they are told that it is a dead-end situation that will cause them big trouble in the future. They are always dressed in decent clothing, and the same is expected of their date. Of course she won't want to watch something that in her mind attacks her religion.
Mormons think when you die, based on if you were a good person cough cough atheists you go to spirit "paradise" where they will teach you the gospel. I am the wife of a general surgeon in his mid 50s. Most of us were Mormons and one point, many of us were even TBMs. I work full time as well and have supported him throughout med school. So it will just be for this life that it may be hard to have a non-believing spouse. You've all been so helpful.
He probably hates even the memory of me for getting him in that stupid church. If you and she are not sealed, your children won't be sealed to either of you. I let her know it's not healthy to expect someone else to change - we can only control ourselves and not others. I'm so sick of waiting around every night and weekend to see if he will have a minute for me. Or get them met elsewhere.
And if it's notyou need to find someone in a different field. Honestly I'd let things keep going. I guess the only risk is your husband having an affair with someone at work. Cookies make wikiHow better. To just see ourselves as support to our husband's "noble" ambitions. Interestingly, my parents felt the same way about him. Before I would just take things as they came, internalize them, be miserable about it but not voice my concern in fear of being told that I can't handle his lifestyle. Maybe things would be have different if I had been older or if I had not been so fragile. It is fundamental that we focus foremost on developing ourselves as suitably strong men.