If you think you are, you might be. Unless you have those same understandings, I'm sad to say the relationship is almost certainly doomed. And of course, everyone has a different experience. Just talk to her honestly, and if you have to, use the old wonder of logic. To prevent problems from developing in the marriage over in what faith the possible children should be raised. In the long run, being married to a nonmember has made me a better person. We have been married for nearly 28 years and yes I went to parents evening, open days, Christmas play, sports days alone Because of the long hours, it was hard for me to build a career outside the home, I have built one working from home, but was not easy as I do everything that has to do with our family life even when we go on holiday the only thing Dr know is where we are going. I had thought after so many years I would find a way to deal with the resentment.
I met my ex when he was a 2nd year resident and married him when he completed his oncology fellowship. See, I am a SAHM and my husband has just gotten accepted into a 4 year pediatrics residency program this year. I am married to an OB physician 10 years. Im a 19 year old female who is pre med at a university right now. I'll definitely talk with her about my concerns, and will be spending time with her family over the upcoming holidays so that will be a good chance to see how they treat me. However, like the comment posted on March 18th the program only had one or two wives and the ones they do have are busy with their kids. I hate to say it, but I don't see this ending well. It did not go well. After residency, depending on what specialty they do, there will be a separate set of rules of how they have to give their time oncall, early surgery times, working holidays etc.
I think one has to become somewhat vulnerable and broken to truly experience the best side of happy- and he will not, and can not allow that to happen. I am married to an ER doc and agree that having your own life, being independent, and not going into the relationship with any preconceived notions is what makes it work for us. But he told me that he needs a wife who could take care of him, kids and house. And if you do belong to a ward full of cretins, you must do everyone a favor and just ignore them until they go extinct. It has been very difficult to reconcile our two expectations, hopes and dreams. As a parent, we hope our children will make life choices that will give them the greatest chance of happiness. Please see above link for full rules. You have to choose what's right for you, but you have to figure it out.
He came to be by my side as soon as he could. These same principles have helped build strong, successful religious communities for thousands of years. Do whatever it takes to at least learn from your relationship with your Mormon crush.