I knew a woman who married a man who converted to the church and she spent the rest of their married life telling him he was not good enough. Needless to say, his top choices were not near my family and friends. It is much easier for the Holy Ghost to influence good people. I appreciate my own space too, but it felt shitty to have this great time with him and not get so much as a text until we are making plans for next time. Would she be okay with never being married in the temple. It all depends on the girl.
It is how she is programmed and it is a fundamental tenant of the religion. I am not sure if this post can be gone through, if it does, please reply me. This woman has already given two full years fully devoted to the institution without question. I think she sounds great but she won't be able to not bring it up. With that same attitude they will rise up on the other side of the veil. Oh well, at least now I know. Some great ideas include going on a hike or a walk, having a picnic outside or going to museum. You would be able to force her to confront the facts without feeling threatened. I let her know I'd been reading on LDS. I prayed about whether to marry this man, and I felt and still feel strongly that it was right for me.
We are best friends, and you will always have time for your best friend. We have lunch and have each others undivided attention while the kids are at school. You have been blessed with the equipment to make such decisions. I moved out of sate to be with him. Harmony will prevail if the husband appreciates the value of church service and attendance. In the endвthe very endвGod loves my husband even more than I love him. She will probably feel persecuted and attacked if you try. Almost everything is complicated.
This I knew before we married and accepted. Hi Ladies- My man is an emergency room physician in his mid 50's. Will people have feelings about your interfaith marriage.