Reason being - he wants our relationship to be spontaneous like it was before the pre-med things really "kicked in". We are indeed in two different places. I don't think you necessarily need to cut ties with her. But that is a nice gesture, and he will appreciate it.
You need to disabuse them of this notion. I'm a nevermo, but I married a then TBM girl, so maybe my perspective will be of help to you. They were taught that bold sincerity of purpose and a charitable attitude is what makes a man. They will serve as a constant reminder to her that she needs to conform- and you won't be wearing any. Sorry for the VERY late reply. And now he is in his 60s. Good luck and best wishes as you head back out into the dating pool. You never had it.
In fact, the church is designed to help people come unto Christ, who is the only one who can change our hearts and help us overcome ourselves to come back to him. And there's a story I'm going to look again for too. She asked me the other night how it's possible for me to be such a good person when I don't believe in god. Weirdly, one of the best sexes I ever had was with a lesbian who felt remorse and as though she had betrayed her fellow lesbians. I am really in love with him. When I expressed how upset and sad I was he told me simply that he works hard and that is how he wants to spend his money and what he plans to do. Mormon women are more likely to date outside of the religion than men, but also very unlikely to convert to a different religion. They know that they are the best. For reference we're both in our mids. He has never said a disparaging word about his mother.
IE в the comment about not having a husband to give priesthood blessings, etc. I'm approaching my 40th birthday and realizing, if anything happens, I will have to plan it myself. And after years of this struggle, will your love for him and desire to avoid the hassle cause you to reduce your activation. Build a life of your own but, make them your priority.