Already answered Not a question Bad question Other. I get looking ahead, but it seems like you are very unhappy with the way things are now. Would I have changed the course of my life. Do you schedule time in to talk and see each other. I am a non-Mormon who moved to Utah for college. Do you want to be married in the temple. I think she sounds great but she won't be able to not bring it up. Going back in time, it was never encouraged for people to marry outside their faith and this covered most christian religions in the United States. I loved being single, and I love dating him now, but demanding rotations are giving me an idea of what his surgical residency will be like except that I know it will be x I have spent hours and hours and hours on blogs like these, trying to understand if it will be worth it-- worth the very real possibility of losing my identity, of boxing myself in career-wise, of never being in control of where I live, of a thousand lonely nights. Hence, ensure that the girl or guy you want to date is above 16; although with changing times, some kids may date younger, if your love interest is not keen on going out until 16, then hold off.
He too goes to the vacation house a lot to take care of the property and the boat on most weekends he is not on call, and it has been something I have been made to accept. She drove an old Dodge Neon during her cash-strapped residency and fellowship. If you can genuinely deconvert her then cool. Indeed, it is the loneliness and the lack of time to have intimacy or feel connected with one another that scares me for our future. I've found it extremely difficult particularly as he does not know how to communicate. I had a business, 3 engineering degrees, numerous patents, and was working countless hours a week to try and keep a roof over our heads, make sure she was fed, the house was clean, bills were paid, etc. I am giving him all of those things. She will likely want you to convert to fix the family. But God works in mysterious ways.
There are a lot of single people in the world. Be fruitful and multiply. If you do manage to break her away from the church, her family will be there to continue sowing doubt. IF she becomes an Atheist free thinker like you then consider keeping her. Glad we can be your connection to society.
But I am really in love with him, and see him as a wonderful man. She will be oh-so-grateful if you do not pressure her to discard those values. She is considered "an old maid" by Mormon standards, so she may be willing to marry you--hoping you will convert someday --but she will constantly be reminded that your marriage is inferior to the "Eternal Families" of sealed Mormons, and she will fear dying and never seeing her loved ones again. I love my husband with my whole soul. We try to make this place a little better than we found it.