I can relate to this post. If you feel peaceful with your decision and you feel it is right that should be helpful. But it is luck of the draw.
Interfaith marriage is but one variety of the learning experience. I think there's a chance you two can find a way to agree on a lifestyle and values. We're generally very happy when we're together, but like everyone else, it isn't always easy to find the time between his schedule and mine. We have been married for nearly 28 years and yes I went to parents evening, open days, Christmas play, sports days alone Because of the long hours, it was hard for me to build a career outside the home, I have built one working from home, but was not easy as I do everything that has to do with our family life even when we go on holiday the only thing Dr know is where we are going. Read that entire speech and you will see a slew of racist statements. But he's got to know the aggravation and pain that he likely will face. If all you are looking for is some non-serious dates to have a good time, you should be fine.
A lot of people are religious. And some of them are selfish and fully aware that as a doctor they can pull in hot females, many of whom will put up with being treated poorly. Attacking other posters is not allowed, but this forum recognizes the difference between a belief and the person holding to that belief. I can't emphasize this strongly enough. We always went every Sunday, had family prayer and scripture reading, etc. Because Mormons retain old-fashioned values, Mormon girls are raised in a traditional environment by good fathers. Get used to it. As time has gone by I realized that the opinons of others is not important to me and oddly enough those who did not originally approve have had their hearts and minds changed by the love my husband shows me, our daughter, and the members of my family. I sacrificed a career and instead raise the children at home which often feels like single parenthood. This is my own personal opinion.
Our daughter is 6. Again, reiterating it, don't expect a decade's worth of time with her, but enjoy her good while you two are together. Interfaith marriage is but one variety of the learning experience. Although there are no strict rules as to who should do the asking, the Mormons are very conservative and in general, they expect guys to do the asking. It won't be easy. So it is going to be over anyway. I don't think you necessarily need to cut ties with her. The first few months were wonderful we saw each other every few weeks, we live about miles from each other. I want to do that though with my husband involved, not be married and be like a single mum.