I have been happily married to a non-mormon for 20 years. That being said, there are some facets of the religion that you should be aware of that will influence how she approaches both you and the relationship. The woman provides advice and counsel but doesn't preside. Dont aggressively try to destroy her faith but bring up philosophical thinking points.
Their marriage falls apart because they are both working way too many hours, and they lose their way in life. Here is hoping I manage to land myself one of them and preferably a single one!!. I am a non-Mormon woman married to a Mormon manвwhich seems to be a less common scenario in the LDS world. Of course I feel slighted at times, but I check myself and remember that my SO is doing his best given all his demands.
But remember that it is also your wife's choice to obey or disobey, and that you have no authority over her as a person, either. There's a ton of crazy in what we were taught all our lives. They nicely include all the pictures we grew up with on how the book was translated and admit that isn't how it happened.
A lot of shared hobbies, interests, life goals. God knows the big picture. What I meant was I'm wondering if it will get noticeably easier in terms of his schedule in the next few years and right after he finishes, or if it will always feel like this when it comes to being with someone in his profession. Neither of our children ever considered medicine as a career after seeing how much their dad missed out on. I'd love to hear from more veterans about how to make this work in the long run.