Or, if I'm at work, even though I'm constantly busy, even if I wasn't, I can't just pull my phone out and call--i'm at work. Somehow I never believed any of that; I wanted a career and a small family and never believed religion was a way to identify good character. There are other occasions for humor, but these two are off the table. And of course, everyone has a different experience. The history of racism and violence is upsetting. But wait a minute. Should either of you sisters raise your children and wonder what faith will they choose. Mormons defintely play by a different rule set. Imagine if all the men in the world weighed over pounds and acted like slobs. I have a small child home full time with me, millions of miles away from any family.
He was patient and supportive, promising to continue acting like a TBM for as long as I wanted our baby is 4, so that likely would have been at least 14 years. A Mormon will tearfully and emotionally recite whichever lesson they need at the given moment. Mormon women are more likely to date outside of the religion than men, but also very unlikely to convert to a different religion. This is the type of doctrine that Joseph rejected and so have the leaders of the church. I envy all you lonely doctor wives. What a joke for an archaeologist. That isn't fair on you, and again will create stress and a stress point in the relationship. Ask him if he's not seeing you to not commit. Oh, and perhaps you're thinking to yourself - that woman needs to talk to him. Mormonism isn't a free ticket to heaven.
In the interfaith marriages that work where one is LDS and the other is not religious, it only works out when the LDS partner is not fully a believer anymore. I know a Doctor who drug his wife and 2 children across the US to begin his residency. Having said that, I believe strongly that it takes a special individual who can remain active in the church and have a non-traditional marriage. Until you can believe someone else's beliefs are reasonable, you will not be able to treat them with the respect they deserve. But that parent-child relationship was bound to change anyways as you become an adult. A lot of people are religious. I do not text or call him frequently-- I'll send him the occasional message, but generally I let him initiate contact and dictate the pace. This is normal for residents. And to clarify, what I mean by physical demand is something that requires energy I don't have, like having sex or going for a walk. Maybe watch "Going Clear" with her.
When she had a strict 6: If there was a disagreement, one person was supposed to submit to the other, consult a rulebook that covered almost everything, or turn to a church leader to decide for them. I know after residency he would choose a flexible job which would allow for the most family time. I have suggested a date night just for us but, he doesn't want a scheduled night for dates. It is much easier for the Holy Ghost to influence good people.