In each case, you should also consider how this will affect your families. You do not want hear in jeans if you are planning to eat at a fancy restaurant. I am 27, LDS, and 5 days away from marrying my own amazing non-Mormon man. Its really much harder than what I thought. I believe in temple marriage, and in the importance of those covenants. I do wonder if you ask this blog just to get supporting advice. If you were the one who did the asking, it is simply chivalrous and gentlemanly for you to pay for dinner, the movie, or whatever else you do. But you are setting yourself up to leave the Church more easily, and even if you agree the children will be raised Mormon, your kids will likely not continue to participate in the Church as adults. I have read half of all the comments and decided to skip the rest. It is a tradeoff at best.
Due to their religious teachings, Mormons do not smoke, drink alcohol or caffeinated "hot drinks" coffee or tea or do drugs. The weekends that we spend together are non stop we are always doing something or going to see friends People in general don't understand how much money it actually takes to just be a doctor. If she doesn't care that you aren't a member now, if your relationship goes on long enough, she is going to care eventually. You will join the church. I'll bring up some CES letter issues, let her know why I wouldn't want my children raised like this, and we'll see what happens. When you work this hard, you need to play hard. She was fine marrying in an LDS church instead of the temple, didn't want to convert me, and most importantly didn't try to change my beliefs or opinions.
How am I certain. She's admitted to loving me before but she has problems and issues with what she wants. But I do still largely consider us an interfaith couple. I had this issue with my husband and I had to straight out tell him what I needed because he had no clue. All your beloved friends and family are in Seattle. Children thrive on clarity and consistency. A good man is not defined by his religion and a great marriage is not defined by where it takes place. I don't know why the system allows this type of treatment Not only do the residents feel like they "should" be giving every single bit of their energy, intellect, passion, soul to their residency programs, but they are told by their program directors, attendings and everyone else around them that they "must". It's like watching somone lose themselves in an abusive relationship.
Get used to it. She was so sad over what she sacrificed it just haunted everyone on Reddit. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Which is an absolute lie. Most couples who are married where one is a Mormon and the other isn't, usually stems from a situation where they both were married in the temple, then one of them lost their faith sometime after that.