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And by joining I mean become just as fanatic in it as she is All her life she's been taught that she needs to be married in a Mormon temple Wife left when I came out If her family are all Traditional Believing Mormons, they will try to convert you. Luckily he also wrote back really long emails and it helped us stay in touch we were doing overseas long distance-so that helped a lot. She's likely openly telling her family that it's okay he's not Mormon because she's going to get him baptized. Yup, know how that feels. Don't forget too that IF you are successful in turning the lights on and deconverting her, the family would resent you the rest of their lives. I hope it all works out for you. Other lazy Mormon girls turn feminist, many thousands of them. We see each other about once every ten days, or times a week at most when his schedule is lighter. I say, Follow your heart.
I am so confused. She has encouraged me to read LDS. They spend so much time together. She is going on a mission which means she is heavily invested in performing according to the cultural expectations. Your post could have been written by me, in August. I knew a Mormon girl who got rides from her Mormon friends for casual sex dates with men she met on Tinder.
She will be surprised that a non-Mormon holds the same values she does and respect you. You should certainly still date even if you are not looking for a marriage partner. Tell her that you want your relationship with her, and her relationship with your children together to be separate from her religion with her god. As ex-mormons, can anyone here offer some insight about this girl, her religion, and what exactly I may be getting myself into if I continue dating her. Mormons have a well-known code of health, called the Word of Wisdom. Early in our relationship, I gave some thought to the question of whether I would ever be willing to marry a non-Mormon.