Don't put them through that either. And believe me, I can relate to many of the things you talk about in your blog. Amasa enjoys art, music, and traveling. This blog has been so helpful. It sounds like you HAVE done your best in the past. If we can say them together, great; if not. Trust me, though--you will. Of course she won't want to watch something that in her mind attacks her religion. If we have children, they will be OK to go to your church, but not compelled to do so, and never baptized. But God works in mysterious ways.
But of course this does not mean that mixed religion children cannot grow up to be LDS stalwarts. I'm surprised this thread is still getting replies. He has no vices, is the happiest person I know, is a healthy role model of manhood for my teen daughter and loves me to the depth of his soul.
It was more about my own spirituality and our relationship in our marriage. There is NO guarantee that marrying a returned missionary RM in the temple equates with love and happiness. The importance of tithing your money. So I've been dating my boyfriend for more than a year.
Second, in my experience mormons have been some of the kindest people I've ever had the privilege to know, and they have not lived up to the cult image you describe. At 30, you just give up. However, for me, there have been some perks too. There will always be difference between spouses. Interestingly, my parents felt the same way about him. In addition to your religious leaders, there are counselors who specialize in interfaith couples. The important things that keep our marriage a happy, healthy, and very loving one are the same things that keep any other marriage alive and well. Is this a sign of my own weakness. Someday she may really regret everything, and miss you like crazy. We get along exceptionally well and I really like him though, so I can see this going somewhere.