He might be a doc by day but when he's not at the hospital he's a regular guy just like anyone else. There is still a chance you can work out your differences, but it will require major concessions on both sides. Mormonism is simply too unaccepting of mixed relationships. After about 3 months of his occasional interjecting of facts See that 14 year old girl. That's okay, but it means your not a match. It is very difficult being a Doctors wife. Gain Essential Business Knowledge.
Once you both die, you will not be married in the afterlife and she will get assigned to be the polygamous wife of someone else. Now I try to put myself in his shoes and he has always had a problem standing firm in any decision so its hard for him to say no. My nonmember husband and I have been married for almost 18 years. I suggest to run as it will not get better. My life may not be as stressful as that of a medical resident or a doctor, but I do often spend upward of 70 - 80 hours per week working.
I find it's helpful to focus on the fact that it's the job that demands so much of him, rather than him simply opting out of time spent with us. She will not marry you until you convert to mormonism whole cloth. Oh this is a great set of questions. And as an outsider it will be obvious to you what's going on, but here's an awesome breakdown from a couple that flipped from "we go to church every week - we will write a Mormon blog" to resigning over the new policy banning children of gays all over the NY Times this month and something that is upsetting many staunch church members a few days ago. Sounds like classic "flirt to convert. I let things slide often not thinking it is worth a battle. And if he loves you as much as you love him.
I guess I can understand that because his door needs to be locked from the outside and it would be too soon in our relationship to give me a key. Unless you have those same understandings, I'm sad to say the relationship is almost certainly doomed. I'm on the same page as you. Mormons are also taught "Families can be together forever. It's the extra socializing, hanging out with residents, stopping by the hospital to visit his best friend. Is he willing to, nay, interested.