My husband has gone from proselytizing and thinking he knows it all to a real spiritual seeker, albeit with a strong testimony in the church. What a bozza topic. It is really hard and so good to see that I am not alone in this. As soon as she becomes dissatisfied, she will turn face and educate the OP about just how wrong it would be for her to stay with him. It's hard right now because he's on a general surgery rotation so his hours suck and I never see him. They have money for nannies, trips, vacation homes, their children go to the finest colleges, etc. It will poison your marriage until the end в of your life, your marriage, or your belief. Oh well, I'll just pretend she's not mormon and see what happens.
I never thought fellowship would be worse than residency and boy was I wrong. The bottom line is that you are setting yourself up for difficult times ahead. Keep things going and see what happens. Can they keep a job and or clean up after themselves. She has opened my eyes to many parts of our national culture that are not in harmony with righteousness. That is her ultimate goal when it comes to dating and choosing potential mates.
We'll see how long till last I have my business degree and work in a male Dominated environment so I have choices. I really fell that its time for me to move on. She has to decide for herself what she believes, but you can definitely help expose her to new ideas. But what if your girlfriend is Mormon, but not active in the Church. I got married last year, left a great job, family, friends and city to be with my husband in a very small under developed town. If she is open to questioning her faith, perhaps she can chase you down. After skimming a lot of these comments it seems like many people have found that the most effective way of coping with their relationship with a doctor is to have low expectations or acknowledge that they will always be second. He doted on me, and we had long skype conversations for the first few weeks. A straight-laced, returned sister missionary, raised in the cult, and in family of similarly entrenched cult members, will not likely remain happy with a non-member.
You will desire to have that eternal marriage, to have that support in taking kids to church, to be able to talk docterine with a like-minded individual. And no I would not pressure them to convert but as a Latter-day Saint I would pray for them to convert as I do for many people I know and love. A Mormon wife will also want to bring the kids along, and that should be discussed and decided before marriage and before kids. We would have a movie night at his apartment on a Saturday night and the next few days would be great.