I think it was Spencer Kimball who counselled that before marriage you should keep your eyes wide open and then after marriage keep your eyes half shut. The minute i start thinking too far ahead, i get overwhelmed Hello I am responding to the May 1 post. He knows that is a possibility. The big one is that under Mormon theology both of you must be believing, fully active members to live together in the afterlife. But it would not change my love for that person. If so, then step away from the internet and go look him in the eyes and take his hands and start asking him all the questions you asked me. I am married to an interventional cardiologist. Lyman April 24, How appropriate to celebrate this second night of Hannukah with not one but two queries about interfaith marriage. That is her ultimate goal when it comes to dating and choosing potential mates. As a physician buckling under the stress, my assigned counsellor who is also a church minister told me: So, what do I do with that.
My current atheism bothers him a little but as long as we respect each other it's fine. These are things your wife may consider matter-of-fact and you may be surprised by if you don't discuss them now. I am 27, LDS, and 5 days away from marrying my own amazing non-Mormon man.
Keep me posted, please. But I loved this girl more than anything in life. I was going to be alone in the marrige working hard and planning for the two of us whiles my wife's emotions and energy was spent on other people. That means that we are always changing and growing. And believe me, I can relate to many of the things you talk about in your blog. Sometimes you might even get jealous of the patients since they seem to get to even see your 'doctor' more than you do. You will have to convert and betray your ideals to keep the relationship alive. There is the possibility that she will wise up over time, but not likely.
Just talk to her honestly, and if you have to, use the old wonder of logic. Hi, like others I've read a lot of the posts but still have a few questions. Will people have feelings about your interfaith marriage. None felt right, ever.