Break up with her. There are some gems like admission to peep stone in a hat translation to the book of Mormon and angels with swords commanding polygamy, but if someone believes Joseph Smith really did stuff his face into a hat and translate scriptures about ancient jews coming to America, it means they are insane, and you can't reason with an insane person. I'm a nevermo, but I married a then TBM girl, so maybe my perspective will be of help to you. I adored seeing him when I could planned good home made meals and always sent him off the next night with a special packed lunch. Mormons can be pretty crazy without it. Thanks for these thoughts. Sorry dude, she is in way to deep. Take your date to a club with loud music and an open bar, or an R-rated or violent movie, and the prospects of it going well are daunting.
His fellow resident is married and seems like a good guy, I want to believe my bf will change. Good luck to you. Mormonism is not meant to be a casual part of a Mormon's life but it is meant to be the center. But it's the away rotations for months at a time that get really hard. The LDS Church encourages that young women explore their options and meet all different kinds of people. What I meant was I'm wondering if it will get noticeably easier in terms of his schedule in the next few years and right after he finishes, or if it will always feel like this when it comes to being with someone in his profession. If it is already an issue in your relationship, then it'll amplify to an extreme if you get married. I appreciate your honest, and I really like the way you phrased things, particularly this sentence: Thank you for your comments.
If you have a literal belief that you need to have a temple marriage to go to the celestial kingdom, you will always keep a secret desire to convert your spouse. There will, in fact, still be churches besides our own. Am I wrong to hope for this. I know a non-Mormon guy who married a Mormon woman and has kept her beautiful and desirable, by encouraging her religious involvement, even though he avoided Mormonism himself. It comes from patience, tolerance, positivity and goodwill not just for our families, but for the people that our spouses are positively impacting, as well. I know a non-Mormon guy who married a Mormon woman and has kept her beautiful and desirable, by encouraging her religious involvement, even though he avoided Mormonism himself.
These same principles have helped build strong, successful religious communities for thousands of years. This is normal for residents. However, I believe there are rules set, and we receive certain blessings when we obey said rules. What do you occupy your time with. But wait a minute. Mormons think when you die, based on if you were a good person cough cough atheists you go to spirit "paradise" where they will teach you the gospel. But you can't make her think about the numerous facts that disprove Mormonism. No tactless posts generalizing gender.