I let her know it's not healthy to expect someone else to change - we can only control ourselves and not others. I wanted that full support though I am certainly not saying that marrying a Mormon ensures that. I grew up believing that when, where, and by what authority I was married were equally important to whom I married. Many symptoms of pain and discomfort can only be diagnosed with tests at the hospital. I get it; I just don't buy into it. We will occasionally go as long as days without talking at all, and when we do sometimes we go a full day between responding to each other's texts.
If you are a Catholic girl dating a Mormon guy, then it may not be an issue with his parents. While that is the case sometimes, it Is much more of an exception than a rule. There is no freedom to think, no freedom to speak your mind, and no freedom to do anything that 'the brethren' say not to. Several of the apostles have grown up in part member homes. Moved into his house and it is hard to fit in.
Maybe he found a nice Mormon girl after all. Through this, if you run into unforeseen issues like sold out movies or you cannot get a seat at a restaurant, you will always have a backup plan. Yet, this life is hard on the whole family. Can they keep a job and or clean up after themselves. I do know other doctors who have more balance but take a cold hard look at what your life will be like if your man is married to medicine. It sucks to admit, but I broke up with him after 6 months because I didn't think there was any point if we couldn't be together forever. I expected to find this sisterhood of wives that would comfort, uplift, and laugh with one another. If they believe their religion, they will ultimately cause you pain and disappointment. But there are many people on here who truly devoutly believed in Mormonism and broke free.
I never really thought about the sacrifices the wife of a doctor must make. Ask questions, try to find out as much as you can. Because if you can't live and let live, you both need to dive deep into this stuff and figure out what you believe and want in your life. I was skeptical whether this would work with Mormon girlsв sheltered girls who would never step inside a dance club or be wooed by pickup artists. But I loved this girl more than anything in life.