If this is someone you are to marry, then the rest will take care of itself. I do not text or call him frequently-- I'll send him the occasional message, but generally I let him initiate contact and dictate the pace. You won't know this until you do it and that is really important information to get before a marriage contract. My husband is a 3rd year ENT resident, and we started dating right before he started med school. I think marriage means sacrifice on both sides.
I would go ahead and make boundaries with the conversation about kids and church, if that is your preference. We all wondered why should would go against such a blessing. You will always be second place. Personally, I like to have my own identity and not be defined by my attachment to Dr. I don't remember much of the breakup because it's been overshadowed by what happened to her afterwards. What a bozza topic. With that same attitude they will rise up on the other side of the veil.
I mean, there was no way it could be worse than intern year. There is a lot about Mormonism I am still struggling to understand, but I am reading faith-based memoirs and studying up on Mormonism as well as other religions but the relevance here is on Mormonism. I have many friends and members of my family who married within the church and later divorced. 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.
But I don't know that he does the same for me. I don't think you necessarily need to cut ties with her. Not every LDS person does, unfortunately. Will you be open to me teaching my children my athiest point of view. About eight years ago, I dated a Radiology resident and I vaguely remember it being intense, but this rises to a whole new level. 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. If you can't, then it's best to move on.