And I don't have issues with her, hell, haven't even seen her in over 20 years, but the experience with the whole Mormon thing gave me better insight in to many things in life. Get her to explain what she believes, and how it might differ from her church. He's emotionally threatening me to keep his infidelities a secret. Best wishes in whatever you decide. Then, do any of the above morsels of advice matter. But what I discovered surprised me. I hope this will change in the future - it would be difficult living a lifestyle like this in the long run. She honestly believes that she has the truth, and that if you are exposed to it enough you will recognize that.
Her attempts to convert you will get stronger and stronger, if you make it clear to her that you will not under any circumstances convert, she'll bounce. It would be foolish to acquiesce a Mormon girl to drink coffee. Like you I grew up with and taught the standard LDS beliefs about temple marriage, celestial kingdom, etc. I wouldn't wish this shit on my enemy. Much better to marry in the faith if possible. The thing about General Authorities and General Conference, is that they give general counsel that is meant for the general population. But the idea of marrying my husband felt right from almost the get-go and, my patriarchal blessing made so much more sense. I will keep reading, but it looks like most of the stuff about racism and polygamy has been "adequately" explained away by updates to LDS. Also not one Nickel will be tithed out of any shared funds.
I hated it so much, in fact, that I ran off to China. Doctors aren't always the greatest finds. I mean, there was no way it could be worse than intern year. This can keep the relationship from getting too exclusive, and spending time with more people can give you a wider variety of things to do.
I wish you all well on your recovery from this particularly vile church. The fact that she is dating an atheist non-Mormon shows pretty serious lack of conformity already. The Church encourages you to use dating as an opportunity to show your respect not just for others, but for yourself. I decided not to answer his calls for some time to think.