Love the man you are going to marry- warts and all he loves yours as well. When I expressed how upset and sad I was he told me simply that he works hard and that is how he wants to spend his money and what he plans to do. And some of them are selfish and fully aware that as a doctor they can pull in hot females, many of whom will put up with being treated poorly. I'm a nevermo, but I married a then TBM girl, so maybe my perspective will be of help to you. With moonlighting included, my boyfriend sometimes works up to hours per week. If your relationship is moving forward, or she suggests doing something more expensive, it is not inappropriate for her to help pay as well. There are two ways to go about this. Take what you read with a grain of salt.
It's a fair question and you've already been super accommodating. It's what I agnostic atheist exmo do with my girlfriend reasonable TBM. If your spouse believes in infant baptism, will you allow the children to have that. And as many posters stated, it is something that needs to be seriously discussed with your potential partner. I feel very sad sometimes but I try to stay strong. That will most likely be the deal breaker for her. To the two wondering sistersвYou both appear to be with loving, incredibly supportive men.
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. I have already been told I will "lose" to medicine if I put pressure on him. If you are a believer and are willing to go, then well and good. My husband gives the very best of himself to the hospital and the staff and patients every day.
Early in our relationship, I gave some thought to the question of whether I would ever be willing to marry a non-Mormon. If you aren't sealed together, say good-bye for eternity. And your future kids will be taught that you are the reason they don't have an "eternal" family. She is now happy with her uber-Mormon boyfriend and I am happily dating other people as well. Yes, do sever the relationship. It's in the Mormon DNA. I have been married for 16 years to a cardiothoracic surgeon.