His hectic job aside, he is an amazing man, very loving and family oriented, which is what I have always wanted. My doctor husband and I have been married for 2 and a half years. You insult my husband who is as faithful as they come and does everything he can to spend time with us and to help out. But I loved this girl more than anything in life. The yard stick he uses to assess what is "normal" is so warped that he has lost touch with what a happy life could look like he often berates himself for feeling so miserable given how "easy" his schedule is at just 65 hours a week, not like surgery or some other 80 hour a week speciality. I hate to say it, but I don't see this ending well. You can and should share with her why you don't and never will believe in the Mormon church, and let her decide for herself, but be prepared to have that blow up in your face.
Let them see the good in you, and believe that their son or daughter has found a good match. You should take all of the above advice to heart and follow it just in case, so you can make a smooth transition should it ever be necessary. All of my siblings who married in the church 1 discussed getting married on the first date 2 were engaged within two months, and 3 were married within six months.
You've all been so helpful. If kids ever came into the picture though, I wouldn't want to be isolated from them psychologically or banned from walking my daughter down the aisle someday. Not all of us are able to achieve that ideal but we are to strive for it. Make an honest effort, and see if you reach the walk-away point. In some cases you can just simply live together with differing religions. You should ask yourself if you want to pursue a future partner who was raised in an environment that causes drastic sexual suppression and you may never have a healthy sex life if she is your wife. Seems he's always on call or on a totally different schedule than I. If everything she is taught is correct and the Mormon church is "true" she should be able to research any anti-Mormon books or movies and prove their criticisms are lies. It does kick your butt!.
But, you will probably lose. A grandpa sense of humor and occasional clever line from an old movie go a long way. It's simply sometimes hard to accept that while he is your number one priority, you probably never will be. It sounds like if we were to have a happy ending, it wouldn't be quite so happy because of how we raise our kids or how the rest of the family would treat me forever We'll discuss it again in more depth now that I have a few specific concerns about what our future together might look like. And the you've seen the CES letter. This lack of inclusion within the general society makes them socially awkward, especially around men. It's a great idea to know where you stand so that you'll be prepared when this comes up in conversation. I'm pointing this out because I don't know her and couldn't tell you what to expect.