I'm not saying you shouldn't pursue the relationship, but I'd only recommend marrying her if she leaves the church because she discovers it's not true. Juggle them with a working wife, a housewife with children and things become difficult. I knew a couple in my last ward who got married in their mid 20's. Because she already lives the covenants in most of the meaningful ways. As a married female resident, I wanted to offer you the other side of this Your husbands love you, and miss you. I have my own profession and my own interests, and was definitely not pursuing a doctor for intimate partnership, but I quickly realized that my environment started seeing me as only girlfriend of Dr. I'm always torn between wanting to spend time together doing loads of fun things and giving him space to pursue his dream.
Much of it rang true back when my spouse was in med school, internship and residency. It's like a catch or something. While you will be of the right age to date, the Church discourages you from trying to date someone while on your mission trip. I had to tell her to stop communicating with my husband she was fired but he had urged her to "keep in touch!!. The Church encourages you to use dating as an opportunity to show your respect not just for others, but for yourself. The doctrinal and afterlife issues around a non-temple marriage are an entirely different topic, and one that I am personally much more at peace with than my questions about how one might make an interfaith marriage work in this life.
How else could you go through 8 years of schooling and 3 years of residency without losing your mind. Dress nicely, as the girl will appreciate the effort put into looking good for her, and encourage her to do the same. I knew a Mormon girl who got rides from her Mormon friends for casual sex dates with men she met on Tinder. I would have been deeply insulted if anyone talked about me the way people are talking about this girl He needs to tell her there is a no chance he will convert, that he is not comfortable with his children being raised Mormon if he isn'tthat she cannot ever expect a temple marriage with him. The important thing is doing it together. Either you are just fun for now or she wants to change you. One small thing to add here. The man presides over everything. There are such things as perfect loving families though. It sounds like she's already considered marrying you and raising children in the church even with you being out of the church.
How will your spouse feel about that in 20 years. But there also are alot of committed hardworking men who take on a hard job and do their best to juggle work and family. As a general authority I knew, now deceased, told me in the mid-eightiesвIf you find a good man who is not LDS, marry him. I thought she would grow out of it. We can talk about everything, but I don't want him to feel as if he is under the microscope. But I am really in love with him, and see him as a wonderful man.