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Trying to help me as much he can and plans his studies around my schedule as I work full time. But my choice seems to be build a life so I am not lonely all the time or stay at home waiting for him to have time for me. As an atheist with Buddhist undertones who married a non-practicing, god-believing Mormon at the height of his questioning, I find this so interesting to me. I pointed out the fact that the woman only goes after doctors I knew he hated women like that he was slow to catch on since she was charming and slick as snot. I can't emphasize this strongly enough. This means that she will probably be dating others at the same time as you. I appreciate all the replies explaining the extent of the aggravation and pain I likely will face. My family supported me in this. Thanks for sharing your story.
I am fortunate to be married to a surgeon who, although he has "the ego," he maintains Christian values in our home. Play with fire if you don't fear getting burned. God and the Goddess had something more waiting for me. The important part of finding a partner to marry does not, in my opinion, revolve around whether or not you are of the same religion. About the time I was ready to return for my doctorate a chronic illness hit. On top of that, we don't have personal time for each other and as a family often. Medical school and residency is really intense, and I think it's pretty common for doctors to get married a little later in life than the average couple.