The closet is deep though I think that's seriously generalizing. It is so frustrating emotionally and physically to be your faithful wife. Plan on knowing their religion better than they do at all times.
He of course had to check his emails while we were on vacation Maybe I have to accept it Maybe that's why so many I know live separate lives I feel each of your words. The man had essentially been in acadamics his whole life and was emotionally immature. Best of both worlds if you ask me. This is wonderful and in accordance with the desires of a loving Father in Heaven, but it can turn a marriage on its ear, if the spouse is unprepared. Pray about it and follow your heart.
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. My experience has been that personal similarities and differences are a bigger element than cultural differences. Do not expect anything long term. My partner finishes her training in five years and she has expressed a strong desire to have children then. I have a 12 year old daughter from my first marriage and so we didn't move in with him until he and I had been together for 2 years.
If you shift his way, be prepared for the social costs of inactivityвplus, if you really believe the doctrine, a crisis of faith. IE в the comment about not having a husband to give priesthood blessings, etc. She seems to be ok with that, and wants to continue our relationship, and also talks about wanting marriage and children, and raising those children to be mormon like her even if I'm not religious.