Good luck to you and your boyfriend. Honestly, the thing that makes me the craziest is the missionaries. And you will be shocked. Again, reading your blog definitely opened up my eyes to many things I was totally oblivious to. His fellow resident is married and seems like a good guy, I want to believe my bf will change. By the time you are done, you'll have all of the basics down and will have the framework to know what to ask next without any confusion. This is a very interesting blog and I'm happy to have found it. I was born and raised in the LDS faith. It has been a couple of months since I have seen him or even really talked to him. Also don't ask questions that are too intrusive, or those that you would not like to answer yourself.
I met this girl a while ago and we really hit it off. God loves every last one of us, regardless of religious affiliation. My family is pretty awesome in the church. So if you feel like you both are getting serious, then talk to your girlfriend in time and sort this issue out. My husband is a medical oncologist who deals primarily with ovarian cancer.
Not leaving 5 minutes early to drop you off - 15 minutes could get problematic, but five?. A lot of Mormons escape that pitfall and can put people first. Or, if I'm at work, even though I'm constantly busy, even if I wasn't, I can't just pull my phone out and call--i'm at work.
Most couples who are married where one is a Mormon and the other isn't, usually stems from a situation where they both were married in the temple, then one of them lost their faith sometime after that. I think it might be worth trying. I feel as if I am a single parent. Pickings are slim at church. Is he aware that if your children are faithful members of the church they might end of marrying in the temple and he would not be allowed to attend the ceremony.