You will have to bring her down to reality. She will be surprised that a non-Mormon holds the same values she does and respect you. I feel like I have finally found a sisterhood with a few brothers as well of people who know how I feel and what I deal with on a daily basis. The truth is I miss being together. Just to make things worse I am from South America, he is australian and we live in Australia, no much support here Anyway good to know that I am not the only one. I've started to get annoyed when close friends approach him for medical guidance.
But wait a minute. An important is doing this together. We have all felt it and our house seems absolutely different. No doubt that all rightetous persons will accept Christ but not everyone that dies will be righteous. If you decide to marry this man, you both will find a way to be happy and have a wonderful marriage, not that perfect that we see in the Sundays at Church. He has lived alone forever and now we are living together, engaged, and of course, I have moved to another state to be with him. And, whether she knows it or not she probably does know it but is in denialshe probably sees you as her ticket out of Oldmaidsville.
Too many disappointments, sick nights without your husbands, his absence during family gatherings, my usual OBGYN checkup without him, even simple things of hugging and spending quality time is always remote. This makes them overwhelmingly successful wives and mothers. For example, the irish, polish and the italians basically intermarried. However her husband joined the church a few years after their marriage. Maybe there is wisdom behind some of the peculiarities. Our relationship is not perfect, not easy, but absolutely amazing. So now I am here and I have made a go of it for a year, found a new job, made new friends, tried to grow to like a culture that is foreign to me.
Thank you for pointing this out. My husband is specialising in Urology. Yes, talk talk talk about everything yoiu can think of, but beyond that I would suggest pre-marital counseling from people knowledgeable in each tradition at play this will probably take two different counselors, who might be faith-based. For instance, I am okay with the us not seeing each other very often part. I think the most important thing is to bring up the issues as questions rather than points as why she's wrong. I have known many women who have married non-members and are happy. Read our Exit Stories from Mormonism. What you are potentially choosing is certainly not the easiest path. It requires a special kind of patience, and I think that the phrase "absence makes the heart grow fonder" has to be something you can relate to.