Think about what you want in a relationship. You should ask yourself if you want to have input on the way your children are raised. Again, reiterating it, don't expect a decade's worth of time with her, but enjoy her good while you two are together. She found the perfect Mormon guy, they were married in the temple. I'm not going to break up with her because of her religion, but if we can't come to some kind of understanding about what we'd do with kids After reading every page of that CES letter I am fully aware this religion is a complete fabrication.
I find myself oscillating between empathy, pity, and rage, but lately, it's been mostly rage. There are many great and wonderful people in the church, and the real evil about the church is that it harms those great and wonderful people. The sad part is that he does not understand what I go through or if I complain or try to make him understand about what's going on at home or my feelings. Sorry dude, she is in way to deep. I feel like this pressure of finding a residency has already taken a toll in our relationship and somewhat "controlled" us for so long that I am already so tired of it. I am so sorry for the pain you are going through. I am trying to help him stay at the church nth work, I think if I really love him like I always tell him I should let him chose and love him the way he is. Are you still working in interpreting or are you doing something totally different. I am realizing now, after leaving my job, selling my house, moving ect…. Your crush might put a lampshade on her head and call it innocent fun.
My husband started a solo practice and the last few years have been very difficult on our marriage- financially as well as personally. Think about what you want in a relationship. Did U have sex with her yet. And I don't mean my good friend Satan. Obviously don't make any commitments further in the relationship because you do not want to be married into an insane orthodox LDS family because it will cause alot of troubles. I am so grateful to have had the ability to instill in them that family comes first. My Buddhist husband likes Mormons and even going to church.
If someone isn't dying then it is unlikely to be important. And even then it will put Huge stress on it and on you for the rest of your life. It's an issue I just have to live with if I want to be with him, and I do, so I live with it. You can always expand these into group dates by inviting other couples along, which may make her more comfortable in the early stages of your relationship.