I thought it was beautiful that they included him in the circle, even though he was not a Priesthood holder. Now for the family part We are different people in one big way, I am very extroverted and say whatever's on my mind and he's introverted and everything is very thought out and he likes alone time. It was actually causing more of a rift than bringing us together. It's a foolish dream I suppose. Do you see yourself marrying this person if marriage is something you are interested in for the future. Dating a doctor is a huge motivator for me. While I do get to accompany him to various dinners and parties, we hardly ever have time together just us, and when we do, he just wants to relax over dinner and decompress. I run a local nonprofit and had a demanding job, but it can never be as difficult or challenging as his job.
They might be disappointed, or overjoyed, or judgmental, or supportive. I'm telling you the spouse who stays pays a terrible price. You know what the official line of the church is, and what bishops and stake presidents are likely to say. There is no question that God loves all of His children, and that obviously includes non-members. You can't force her to change, nor should you if you could.
I would NOT want my daughter or son to marry a doctor. But I do believe in modern prophets and that God gives no commandment that is not for our own happiness. Want to add to the discussion. I too married for love but there's no emotional energy, support or empathy left for the darling wife. Sometimes not even a quick text most of the time. So, I can only imagine the stories you hear. No nagging, no emotional neediness, etc.
Mormon decried it was all a lie, an anti mormon lie. He left his practice of many years and started a new one this week. But there are a lot of women who post here who have flipped from TBM to apostate. The religious differences between you two are a deal-breaking fault. In the endвthe very endвGod loves my husband even more than I love him. Hopefully, it will give a little insight into Mormonism's insidiousness. The answer is, most emphatically, NO. At least not until they're I reserve the right to refute any teaching that I see as harmful. True Believer Mos base their actions on a set of priorities that make no sense to Nomos.