Like Suha, I have also been married almost 28 years and have done pretty much everything myself for so, so long. I'm so glad to have found this blog. You've all been so helpful. There will always be difference between spouses. Early in our relationship, I gave some thought to the question of whether I would ever be willing to marry a non-Mormon. I have given up my career to stay with the kids and lonely is most cetainly my new reality. They think highly enough of themselves, don't add to their ego. So, we decide to take a "break" because there was so much tension and resentment in the relationship.
When I was a teen, my first boyfriend was a convert and people would comment on that instead of how nice he was to me. Affection will come and go based on our attitudes, and will not carry through the rough spots в married in the Church or outside. She will introduce you to the church.
Also, I want to be fully supportive of his dreams and what he wants to become. I wouldn't just give up, but be wary. We have been married for a little over 3 years. I still struggle with the silence in contact or wanting to "rescue" him from the harried schedule.
It's unfair to assume that she feels that way without asking her. Do what feels right. On her mind, her eternal salvation depends on marrying a worthy priesthood holder. Otherwise her family will likely feel incomplete to her. I learned that you have to weigh thes things out--is it someone you care enough about to wait for. I think she felt that it was important for me to understand the types of challenges in an interfaith marriage.