There are other occasions for humor, but these two are off the table. He is truly my soulmate and I shudder to think that if I had not chosen to marry outside of the church, I would not have had this life with him. We are indeed in two different places.
With that being said, I have long considered myself just a tad outside super TBM since we watched Game of Thrones, drank energy drinks, and occasionally stayed in my running clothes sans garments to do yard work. Most likely, the relationship isn't going to survive your differences in belief. This lack of inclusion within the general society makes them socially awkward, especially around men. Marriage is serious business and we are in it together despite our spouses shortcomings.
RUN like the wind. I'm quite willing to take you at your word, but my guess is that academia had nothing to do with your ex being immature. But marriages don't last if you have to hold back ugly, sarcastic comments when your partner attends religious services or defends religious beliefs. Racial differences can be very trivialвthey really didn't come up much for my parents, for exampleвand are basically false differences. Now look at the flip side в if he loves you, and realizes you fully believe, how will he deal with the importance of the temple to you. I've realized that we are both pretty social people and he thrives on all the action at the hospital. I always felt guilty for feeling bored, depressed or anxious about spending so much time apart from him, but thanks all, for making me realize that I am not alone.
When I complain that I spent two days without seeing him and when he arrives home just keeps on answering his phone as if he was at work The other day a colleague called just to complain about a patient of theirs at 8: These people have no sense of privacy. I tried to date Mormon women, honestly. I'm not a doctors wife - im a doctors GF - but I expect that to change soon.