You can't provide that for her so your marriage will be defective from the outset. I'm still holding on and willing to wait for "Better days" with him after his residency. Whether you like it or not, you are both married to medicine. Though I am yet to see if we would make it. We are now in Residency, have moved each year and started a new adventure each year since marriage. Almost everything is complicated. The divorce factor may allow some women to experience single-faith marriage at some point as some Mormon men marry multiple Mormon women over the course of their lifetimes, but the overall point stands: The only options for these women involve seeking a partner outside of the church, or a lifetime of celibacy. What if you are sexually incompatible. It is amazing how different values and outlooks, interpersonal relationships can be from family to family.
Even if she does, you'll be the reason in her family's eyes. Good luck and best wishes as you head back out into the dating pool. So when our children bring home a potential mate that has cultural, racial, religious or other big differences then our child, our concerns immediately flare up.
They could fill a book, the stories I could tell. If we do, I will be back to share my experiences. Maybe it was because I was so young when I made the choice, maybe it was because I was the oldest child in an extremely active family with parents that just expected me to be a shining example to the younger kids.
I knew intern year would be brutal and I hoped residency would be a little better, and it was. I get to experience the joys of his culture, which I never would have known otherwise. I do not see this going well. My advice would be to date him when he has free time. We all know that. You should be fine as long as you stick to the lines you have laid out. Unless you have those same understandings, I'm sad to say the relationship is almost certainly doomed.