Here are the books I read in I was kind of on tour constantly and also life. But I read many excellent books this year and only one inexcusably bad book that I am still very angry about. I cannot say enough about Pachinko. This novel was utterly absorbing. I read it voraciously and was so taken by the writing, by the elegance of the prose, the sweeping ambition and scope of the narrative, how much I learned without feeling lectured, how I wanted so very much for the characters and was very invested in their lives. I love this book. As in literally, the prose is so weird that it was uncomfortable to read. But I kept reading. And I kept reading.
I am not quite a spouse of a doctor. I just returned from a difficult meeting with my psychotherapist and felt depressed-then I found this amazing blog. Since I interpreted remotely via video, I got most of the routine cases: I can interpret those kinds of check ups in my sleep. My parents, siblings and grandparents are all active members; as am I. Go on dates on days other than Sunday. We have been married for a little over 3 years. What this guy needs is support and understanding Maybe you didn't intend it this way, but it sounds like you're assuming I'm not already giving him the benefit of the doubt, space, support, and understanding.
However, I did not expect my role in marriage to end up what it has become. It is not the norm. I agree we shouldn't continue if we can't accept each other as we are. I've read some of the articles linked to by mormonessays. I married a NOMO after a lengthy temple marriage and divorce. Like you I grew up with and taught the standard LDS beliefs about temple marriage, celestial kingdom, etc. 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. Sometimes you might even get jealous of the patients since they seem to get to even see your 'doctor' more than you do.