It was a huge shock to me and caused a lot of worry on my part. At least not until they're I reserve the right to refute any teaching that I see as harmful. Sometimes I think I'II get crazy or dipressed. But our marriage is strong, and our children are good people.
At first it didn't bother me, but after a while I started feeling more like a booty call and less like a SO. Will you be open to me teaching my children my athiest point of view. There are many great and wonderful people in the church, and the real evil about the church is that it harms those great and wonderful people. Just remember that you chose one another.
I've told people money doesn't buy love. Here are a few questions you could ask her. I have a better and fuller relationship with God because my own practice has been supplemented by additional observance. He still writes to me telling me that until his last breath he will love me. It's simply sometimes hard to accept that while he is your number one priority, you probably never will be. My husband and I have been married for about 4 years and together since we were undergrads, before he chose medicine as his profession. We are trying to work together to live together in 3 years but since we are homosexuals and in an arabic country its kinda hard to try to live here so we have to wait for her to graduate to get out of here. And a YW leader feels soory for my daughter who is growing up in a home without the priesthood. My nonmember husband and I have been married for almost 18 years. Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet.
I have been with him through medical school and residency for internal medicine, which was tough, but manageable. It is amazing how different values and outlooks, interpersonal relationships can be from family to family. There will always be difference between spouses. No nagging, no emotional neediness, etc. Even though it sounds like she is very Mormon, I feel that this will help her.