If not watch it. I am very understanding about it and I'm fine with retaining some independence, especially at this stage in dating. My seminary teacher went off on me about dating a non Mormon when I was talking about going to his prom. A good man is not defined by his religion and a great marriage is not defined by where it takes place. It MAY be true that she will be miserable with him and make him miserable with her. I'm not trying to be mean, just very clear. Think about what you want in a relationship. As a docs wife we have to deal with all sorts, and prayer has often been my lifeline. I hate to say it, but if you are serious, go explore her world. Either it's enough for you - or it's not.
Look up all the threads of people who are dealing with their true believing spouses -- the guilt, the silence, the bad communication, the hostage-taking. He isn't always around for holidays, birthdays, or anniversaries. The thing about General Authorities and General Conference, is that they give general counsel that is meant for the general population. I even had someone tell me I should know better than to marry a nomo.
How church discipline works. 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. Mormonism and Non-Mormonism don't link to future lives. Her husband recently - and finally - traded it in for a Prius. I am a something male.
The gold is in the footnotes and sources linked from those new essays. Somehow I never believed any of that; I wanted a career and a small family and never believed religion was a way to identify good character. I'd suggest the essays. The hospital had become, by his own admission, his "family", and he had virtually abandoned us to this demanding career. Recently though she has been quite distant, although this may be due to a combination of reasons - such as family sickness and now being on nights. I do hope I'm able to make the necessary sacrifices to make my marriage work.