It's not impossible, just painful and unlikely. After two years of being together with very few problems, it ended within 30 minutes of having "The Talk" about my future religiosity. I read through a few of the LDS. I understand your internal conflict completely and my heart goes out to you. Dont aggressively try to destroy her faith but bring up philosophical thinking points.
They may need much more than casual contact with the church to see the truth in it. Before I would just take things as they came, internalize them, be miserable about it but not voice my concern in fear of being told that I can't handle his lifestyle. He may never come out and say it, but if you mention marriage outside of the church and he's OK with it, you have a slight chance of being happily married to her and not being mormon.
Usually, when Mormon girls marry non-Mormon men, these women forsake their religion and revert to ordinary American woman. He of course had to check his emails while we were on vacation Maybe I have to accept it Maybe that's why so many I know live separate lives I feel each of your words. My nonmember husband and I have been married for almost 18 years. And there's a story I'm going to look again for too. You sound like a wonderful person. There will be pressure to go to church, marry in the temple, Yada Yada You will want to make sure you're ready to battle this for years, maybe a lifetime. I think it might be worth trying. My boyfriend and i have been togther for 2 years and he has finishd his masters in buisness and is residing in Asia in his job. If you do not have a lot of time together, make every second count.
And a happy ChristmaChannuKwanzaKah to everyone. Becoming a doctor is hard. I feel pretty awful about that whole thing. Are you ok with waiting for that. You would be able to force her to confront the facts without feeling threatened. Everyday he asks me, "What are you doing tonight.