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She cried when you proclaimed your love of goodness because, in part, it was a sign that you weren't broken and desperate for Mormonism. There is the possibility that she will wise up over time, but not likely. I often feel it's harder than being a single mom because the false hope is just torture. Hopefully they have some say in it, but I'm speaking about other churchgoers' expectations here, and probably your wife's. She, her family, and her friends all believe that she can't get into the Celestial Kingdom VIP Heaven unless she is "sealed" to a Mormon husband. I am struggling with keeping our worlds overlapping. While dating is a good time to get to know someone, if you are young it is better to go on group dates. If you have dated a doctor or other abnormally busy person or are in the medical profession yourself that would be particularly helpful, but I'll gladly take any words of wisdom. So good to find this I am married to a Dr with 2 young kids. I think one has to become somewhat vulnerable and broken to truly experience the best side of happy- and he will not, and can not allow that to happen.
There is no moral issue here. Honestly I'd let things keep going. My advice would be to date him when he has free time. I would never convert. Instructions can be found here: Posted by Your Doctor's Wife at 2: September 6, at 3: Marianne April 28, at 8: Anonymous September 21, at Anonymous October 19, at 9: Anonymous May 3, at 5: Anonymous November 24, at 2: Anonymous January 13, at 8: A must-read every morning. This also means giving her something specific to do. You would be her back up plan in case she can't find a guy who is a returned missionary, preferably from a prominent LDS family. Do you see yourself marrying this person if marriage is something you are interested in for the future.