As a matter of fact, you can begin here. Affection will come and go based on our attitudes, and will not carry through the rough spots в married in the Church or outside. I respect what my husband does but I have nothing but my pets and a dusty Ivy Leaguedegree. It seems like a minor point, but I have noticed that every Mormon girl who disobeys the Mormon direction to avoid coffee has something majorly wrong with her.
They're very caring in some ways, but lack where it matters most. I married outside the church and have no regrets. These are also only the American statistics. Certainly there are such people in the church, but there are such people in any organization, and I would challenge you to remember that the members are also individuals with thoughts, feelings and the ability to rebel in their own ways. I know how much it hurts, and it makes you feel unwanted. A few weeks into the break, he moved to begin his EM residency. Hopefully they have some say in it, but I'm speaking about other churchgoers' expectations here, and probably your wife's. I always feel like I am last. There will be struggles in marriage and childrearing whether or not he is a member.
However, my situation is very different. Should I get rebaptized. It is the greatest sadness of her life. I am married to an OB physician 10 years. Will he possible convert just to make you happy without really buying into it. All I can do is have Faith in Him. There are other ways. Additionally, just as corporate cultures exist, so does it exist for every family. She was fine marrying in an LDS church instead of the temple, didn't want to convert me, and most importantly didn't try to change my beliefs or opinions. Mormon's view marriages outside the temple to be counterfeit and you can't get into the temple without converting to the religion.
It has nothing to do with their career. I have finally realized that the church is fake and I'm so grateful that I got a second chance with this guy. There is NO guarantee that marrying a returned missionary RM in the temple equates with love and happiness. When you said that the doctor spouse sacrifices for their patients and their family sacrifices for the doctor's career, it really described my situation. Now I look at his job and his schedule and his tiredness as a part of both of our lives, rather than something that is just his life that I have to deal with. I really do have strong feelings for him and want to make this work… but I'm beginning to feel like I have no identity of my own anymore and I will forever just be, "the doctor's wife. Should I get rebaptized.