I am so sorry for the pain you are going through. Don't fall in love with a doctor. I've been the main parent for 30 years. She'll be hoping that you're going to convert and if neither is happy with the other being as they are, you'll find yourself divorced shortly down the road. He is living with the health effects from working upwards of hrs a week. If you have a literal belief that you need to have a temple marriage to go to the celestial kingdom, you will always keep a secret desire to convert your spouse. I'm sorry this was so longwinded and not really an answer to your questions. Mormons love to have fun, but they prefer keeping it clean, respectful, and something that everyone can enjoy.
Sadly, the general consensus of "convert or nope out" sounds like what will end up happening. It makes it hard to plan any sort of date. Now just ask yourself what are the odds of her thinking her way out that crazy nonsense. December 10, at 7: December 10, at December 11, at 6: December 20, at 6: December 10, at 2: December 14, at March 1, at March 8, at 1: March 7, at December 10, at 8: Having dealt with a similar issue all of last week I have a couple things to say. I made the decision not to have those things when I married a non-member. It has nothing to do with their career.
The answer is, most emphatically, NO. I dated many LDS guys before him. If you like her, and I'm assuming you do, I would suggest you continue the relationship and see how things pan out. But it would not change my love for that person.
I still feel enriched by the contrasts, but in the important things, we have largely come together. Now a basic overview of the gospel. I knew a guy who joined the Mormon church because he thought it would help him date a certain Mormon girl, a girl who refused to date non-Mormons. We'll have to discuss that, now that I actually know some things about some things.