What are the strategies for not taking the absence personally I mentioned above that I'm cognizant of my SO's constraints, but it's definitely hard I have been married to an Interventional Radiologist 30 yrs. Then be clear you will never convert. I recall reading a talk from Elder Nelson in which he indicated that the church teaches general principles and does not spend time teaching exceptions to general principles. I am so in need of a support group. My experience with non members has been so much more meaningful and caring. That said, I like to hope that love can be more powerful than belief. I can only hope that my ex realizes and learns from the mistake he made in letting me go. Cookies make wikiHow better.
He was patient and supportive, promising to continue acting like a TBM for as long as I wanted our baby is 4, so that likely would have been at least 14 years. Up to this point, she has just assumed that all atheists are innately evil people. If she is open to questioning her faith, perhaps she can chase you down. Mormonism is a lot more controlling and has a lot more downsides.
Cousin the same age who just got married has known her husband 6 months. The house is perfect, with nothing out of place. Harmony will prevail if the husband appreciates the value of church service and attendance.
The ideal, in my opinion, is that she discovers what we all know about the lies the church tells her. It is very painful, considering that we have an 8-year old son. And yet when retirement comes up in the conversation, its a definite "not while I have the skills "- 75 maybe. Hence, ensure that the girl or guy you want to date is above 16; although with changing times, some kids may date younger, if your love interest is not keen on going out until 16, then hold off.