That is a reality you can't change. I love how this applies to ALL marriages. Interestingly, my parents felt the same way about him.
Just as secular marriages have problems, so do temple marriages. I wouldn't swap roles with my husband any day, he definitly has it the hardest. If you care about him, you'll be super understanding, maybe take lunch to him or dinner to the hospital A quick kiss and a thank you may be all you will be able to get.
That settles it for me. I'm the wife of an intern and we try to make a night each week to go do something, just the two of us. The ideal, in my opinion, is that she discovers what we all know about the lies the church tells her. I would never ever choose a different path. This blog accommodates some frank admissions about that which is less than wonderful about LDS. If she can accept me for who I am and what I believe, knowing that I'll never give her the eternal family she wants, then maybe we'll be ok. My experience has been that personal similarities and differences are a bigger element than cultural differences. The first time that happened could have been viewed as a warning sticker, and been your cue to exit stage right. Todd Christofferson and the Watergate Scandal Mar 30, 0. When I acquired a personal testimony of the gospel as a teen, and made my own decisions regarding my faith, I felt very alone.
It's not that she doesn't believe you right now, but it is a bone she will never drop. Days later he simply said, "What do you want to do for your birthday. Except his wife was and still is a witch. 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.