I am a military doctor's wife, so in addition to the hideous hours, we have deployments. You just need to figure out where your girlfriend is. You might want to determine your level of willingness to put up with his demanding work schedule and to communicate with him about your needs and concerns.
Think of every possible scenario you can think of. I don't want to stress him. You don't need to worry about living paycheck to paycheck.
They value femininity, motherhood, and masculinity in men. Obviously don't make any commitments further in the relationship because you do not want to be married into an insane orthodox LDS family because it will cause alot of troubles. Not one little bit. They have heavy-handed laws, free handouts, unfair advantages for getting jobsвa loud feminist illusion spoon fed to them. My experience with non members has been so much more meaningful and caring. 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.
Help answer questions Learn more. Wonderful memories made for both of us. But what if your girlfriend is Mormon, but not active in the Church. Get her to explain what she believes, and how it might differ from her church. When the weather is nice outside, I crave for a walk with my husband, but have to tell myself he is busy saving lives. I feel like I make a lot of sacrifices to see him and try to make it as convenient as possible for him, which means planning ahead and changing my schedule around sometimes. It's not a gender issue or money issue. Make sure she is Even after that, the Church discourages them from entering serious relationships before they are considering marriage. Are they a functioning member in society.