I married someone that wasn't of my faith and it worked great. You;ll get the answer you needвprayers and blessings for you both. If you talk to him about it, and he cares about your relationship enough, the two of you will probably be able to find something that works for both of you. That's cool and everything until you realize that they're an archeologist or a missionary pilot and are in uncivilized areas with no modern methods of communication. I would never give up on him because he got nobody else.
Sorry man, but if I knew what I know now I would have cut my losses. You can also attend their singles conferences, or participate in social activities organized by the Church. And of course, everyone has a different experience. God Bless you and all the other doctors' wives that have transparently shared their experiences on your page. Ask her rhetorically if she would dump her religion for her true love.
He also wants to have kids soon since I am already The dilemma I have now is: I do not know how would our relationship shape up, after marriage, assuming everything goes fine. So there's THAT to look forward to. Yeah, I think we need to have that talk I've been putting off. It was more about my own spirituality and our relationship in our marriage. For instance, I am okay with the us not seeing each other very often part. I married a NOMO after a lengthy temple marriage and divorce. What a miserable state. I hate to be so undiplomatic, but it will always create friction in your life to have this level of religious difference. She likely hasn't had many long-term relationships and has no idea what dynamics are involved in one.
She is a returned missionary, and won't Marry you if you want to stay atheist. Can anyone suggest specific talking points from content on LDS. Reconciling this with the doctrine of temple marriage is trickier.