Besides the obvious brain damage that you will be made to suffer your entire married life, there are future kids to think about. I don't know if living vicariously through him will be enough. I met this girl a while ago and we really hit it off. But she probably is more in love with the idea of you, than with you. However, if you are a Catholic guy dating a Mormon girl, then remember that her parents may be averse to it. It was more about my own spirituality and our relationship in our marriage. We will occasionally go as long as days without talking at all, and when we do sometimes we go a full day between responding to each other's texts. They therefore have a high standard to work toward. So that's something I can't say is good or bad. And the nonmember spouse may just put pressure on the member spouse to spend more time with them.
I think it might be worth trying. Well, there were other circumstances that made it especially unique and One thing in your favor is the fact that she is in her late 20s by Mormon standards she is already an old maidhopefully she and her family will just want her to have love and not put the pressure on converting you, but there are countless stories of dudes getting dumped on here because ultimately they chose the church. It had been going on for years.
She is going to be taught for the rest of her life in the church the importance of missionary work and eternal families, and Priesthood in the home. After a certain point "support" stops being supportive and turns into enabling - enabling of his depression, his anxiety, his reluctance to reflect deeply on who he is and what he wants out of life, and worst of all, my "support" ensures his continuation into a career that will not ultimately make him or me happy. I know many of you understand how Im feeling and a lot of you have been there for many years already. I dated many LDS guys before him. I am running errands related to school or the volunteer work I do or just plain running this house I would love to meet up at the gym ladies. That desire that they be someone other than who they were when they married you is toxic to a relationship.
In regards to my current situation, I feel like a lot of the time he doesn't understand that things like MCAT's and studying undergrad or med school come first. I think your response is Bang on. And you must be honest in your conversation with God about it. She's likely openly telling her family that it's okay he's not Mormon because she's going to get him baptized. I realize that the answers to many of these questions may be different for every family, and that we need to continue to discuss them more as a couple as we continue to think about our future.