Is it wrong not to. My nonmember husband and I have been married for almost 18 years. When my wife and I married, we were very different, but I found all the differences delightful. I was born and raised in the LDS faith.
Now that my boyfriend and I are beginning to talk about a future together, though, I realize that I need to consider this question of marrying outside of the church very carefully. He can't make a mental switch easily to adjust to our pace of life. I think there's a chance you two can find a way to agree on a lifestyle and values. We see each other he still makes time for me, but i cant really tolerate him insulting me when hes angry for small reasons. 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. I cooked every meal…… My husband went to work…being a god to his patients.
I hope so; otherwise I will have spent the best years of my life putting him thru grad school and med school. I seriously questioned the future of our relationship based on that fact alone. That would only encourage her to give up other standards that really are serious and to become like the typical Western degenerate. I remember when I had my first son via C-section, our families came to the hospital with Champagne and celebrated, not even one asked about my surgery…. Dating in your teenage years will help you learn the kinds of things you value in another person.
She hasn't submitted the paperwork yet but I have no doubt that she will do this eventually. There are all kinds of Mormons, and we as exmormons should know better than to stereotype our former selves. Do you have a few suggestions for talking points I may want to bring up from stuff directly on LDS. Today was my birhtday and my husband spent the whole day at work and all night working on his notes. In other words, eternal marriage really is worth it, I think. You've made good points about not bringing up the CES letter or anything that could be called "anti-mormon.