Having said that, there is nothing that can prepare you for the emotional rollercoaster you experience when a part of your very identity is disintegrating before you. Apparently we lose anything between hairs per day, of course, for many people, those hairs grow back but for some reason mine failed to do so — why? For years my hair was a bit of a trademark, imagine the lovechild of Gary Rhodes and Marge Simpson — I know, a terrifying prospect but working in radio, I needed to do something to stand out. If the truth be told, I would cover it up, for a long time I found myself simply brushing what hair was left in a different direction just to ensure that ever-growing patches were, somehow, concealed. In my prime,. As a young professional who, like so many, continues to struggle his way onto the property ladder, how could I possibly justify spending that sort of money on pure vanity? Furthermore, who actually cares? So many trivial questions — how ridiculous is that?
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We both love eachother and I support him as he supports me while im in school as well. He will have to be okay with being thought not good enough to help in circumstances in which you believe that priesthood power is needed. But we only really get time together in the summer. How do you feel about that. Well the pieces will all fall into place. Women do not get to hold the priesthood and function in an equal role with men. I've been thinking more about your situation and another thing came to mind. After you read the CES letter Im pretty sure you will be grossed out by mormonism. I appreciate all the replies explaining the extent of the aggravation and pain I likely will face. The point is that there are way too many people talking in this thread as if they have some sort of psychic knowledge a stone in a hat, perhaps.
Keep in touch, keep it light and understand he is under a lot of pressure right now. Thanks for the help. He has never said a disparaging word about his mother. I agree we shouldn't continue if we can't accept each other as we are. I've decided not to mention the CES letter or anything that could be considered "anti-mormon. Not sure how much longer I can go on, like this As the physician, I found this blog searching for ways to make my spouse feel more important.