Well, for me I'd take issue with the refusal to be a gentleman. Do not expect anything long term. My parents, siblings and grandparents are all active members; as am I. You join the LDS Church. But you are setting yourself up to leave the Church more easily, and even if you agree the children will be raised Mormon, your kids will likely not continue to participate in the Church as adults.
You can watch them all in about a half an hour and you'll know almost everything you need to know. I am Roman Catholic so I believe almost the exact same things as a regular-non mobot- type mormon This religion Mormonism has a dual identity where some believers are closed mined fools. What if you are sexually incompatible.
Yet, this life is hard on the whole family. There's this fantasy perpetuated in the religion that if you're good and pure enough, that any man you meet would eventually see the truth and join the church for you. Mormon girls are the best, and you are pretty lucky. And how little some men understand the value of a well-dusted baseboard. Find a good man first, one that you can trust and feel comfortable building a future with, and then worry about the profession later. It seems like a minor point, but I have noticed that every Mormon girl who disobeys the Mormon direction to avoid coffee has something majorly wrong with her. If you are not old enough to consider marriage, you should be careful about having a serious, exclusive relationship. For men, this will likely come after completing your mission trip, so in your early 20s at the earliest. Am I sure I can handle the lifestyle. They will serve as a constant reminder to her that she needs to conform- and you won't be wearing any.
And for mormons, the goal is always a temple marriage and a marriage for the eternities. The fact that you bring your query to Joanna Brooks rather than church authorities reveals much. Getting Over a Breakup. She will try to convert you. These exclusions, dictated by doctrine, hold the potential to create wedges between you, both immediately, and in the long term. I'll give him a chance to fix it by talking to him about it, but the more that I think about how he has treated me the more I just feel ready to check out of the whole situation.