And I never found that "good Mormon girl". Well, maybe not a total disaster, that is a bit exaggerated. If you feel peaceful with your decision and you feel it is right that should be helpful. That response made her very happy. I would come back from one of our weekends together and they would ask how it was and I would talk about how amazing it was and what all we did. First, my dad was a wonderful husband to my mother the greatest mom on earthand a wonderful father to me. All these are reasons to have some serious discussions.
No hatred, bigotry, assholery, misogyny, misandry, transphobia, homophobia, racism or otherwise disrespectful commentary. They want a man who has navigated the stormy seas of the world, who has just a little bit of history, and has overcome the degenerate worldly culture, a man who has discovered for himself where peace and happiness lie. So, I can only imagine the stories you hear. Very true, and we're just getting started Hubby just began his intern year. Toxic is the right word.
It is fundamental that we focus foremost on developing ourselves as suitably strong men. Ask questions, try to find out as much as you can. Reason being - he wants our relationship to be spontaneous like it was before the pre-med things really "kicked in". However, and this might sound sad. Fellowship was worse and now that my doc has been an attending for 2 years, it is worse than it has ever been. I just found your blog.
You don't want a divorce because it will hurt the kids - they love him and think he's the greatest. I will, and have said before that is is one of the worst decisions to marry a doctor also. I have learned this painfully with my child growing up in the LDS community. The kids are so involved and I am busy with them but I long for my husband to work less. Doesn't leave many options here though but better than constantly having them push the church on you until you either give in and convert or break up.