She really likes me, and if she could change one thing about me it would be my lack of religion. Note, her mind and TSCC were married first. When he's not at work, he's busy preparing or at conferences or studying, basically non existent. She probably doesn't even realize how crazy that is. I would bet this is exactly what she is thinking about you, which is why she is willing to have a relationship with you aren't a Mormon. This insecurity is at the root of the princess syndrome.
I completely relate to all you've written; many of us have come to see Mormonism for what it is, and the severe damage it does to human brains. Maybe we'll break up in a month. She won't marry you. Because I make myself busy, and I think he would to, with other projects and activities. He studies all day and night I live in my own world and my own circle. I'm raising great kids alone I'm alone at all those same events It's been a huge personal sacrifice to support my husband all these years. I know people should not get married if they can't accept each other as they are. As a non-Mormon male widower Catholic contemplating marrying a devout temple recommended widow, I thank you all for the wonderful blog.
I knew a guy who joined the Mormon church because he thought it would help him date a certain Mormon girl, a girl who refused to date non-Mormons. Ask him if he's not seeing you to not commit. Married men should not reach out to vulnerable women who buy their story of being lonely bc they are married to a woman who should have been a librarian. While dating is a good time to get to know someone, if you are young it is better to go on group dates. I have been married to a doctor for 29 years now and think I have felt or experienced many of the worries expressed. To answer your question: Even when he does, everything is on his terms. We've been together for a little over a year, after having a pretty severe break at right after the 1 year mark. And depending on his views of the Sabbath, you will probably get the tug of war on Sundays. At the end of the day, nothing I say or do can help him see this. I feel sorry for you, not because your husbands are working so hard but because you gave up your own lives.
Life is a journey and going through it with a true partner, and a mutual respect for curiosity, is so far greatly rewarding. He feels obligated so often and wants to be a nice guy I don't think he even realizes how he hurts me when he so often chooses work. However, and this might sound sad. These past few weeks have made me very depressed.