From a thread about Interfaith Marriage (specifically, LDS to non-LDS), a commentor comes on to say such things as :
"If you choose both a non-member spouse and the believing LDS path for your family you should know that sooner or later your child will feel spiritual pain that you cannot comprehend... they will be weighed down with the knowledge that [some blessings] will never be fully theirs and they will be forced to contemplate an eternity without their non-member parent by their side."and
"[extreme pain] from conflicts between our own situations and fundamental gospel principles of eternal families sealed together in the temple... a deep pain that our eternal destiny as defined by the church we loved and believed in was limited by the non-member status of one of our parents."
That is so messed up.
It another really good reason why I think the church is anti-family.
Sry, cant say more about it, got homework to do. Just had to get that off my chest.