My youngest starts Kindergarten next fall. The relationship never went anywhere but was always happy to help and he was very grateful. Any advice is greatly appreciated. Keep things going and see what happens.
My nonmember husband and I have been married for almost 18 years. It's like watching somone lose themselves in an abusive relationship. He has spent years building his practice and is a busy, highly successful pediatric surgeon who is compassionate and respected by everybody, but I think by nature, it is hard for him to be empathetic or to relate to more personal issues. If you shift his way, be prepared for the social costs of inactivityвplus, if you really believe the doctrine, a crisis of faith. How can I be more supportive. The importance of tithing your money. She was expecting me to break up with her, like all previous guys she's been into have done. It's not fair to put words in her mouth and thoughts in her brain like this. It's all about timing, and you're in two different places.
BUT it could easily have gone the other way. God roots for both our teamsвthe hopeful screw-ups and the straights. He is not a member and has told me he is not going to convert. Your probably thinking of a sect of the Mormons, I'm sure there is one like that. I'm so happy to know another doctor's wife. Let's talk about kids. Thank you for pointing this out. That desire that they be someone other than who they were when they married you is toxic to a relationship. My husband is an amazing human being and an international cardiologist. I tell her there's no pressure and we'll just see how things play out.
My dear faithful LDS aunt married a good non-member man. I think you should start by having some very honest conversations. He will have to be okay with being thought not good enough to help in circumstances in which you believe that priesthood power is needed. He is doing 2nd year Residency. However her husband joined the church a few years after their marriage.