She needs to be, and maybe she will get there. I'm not afraid of long distance, nor am I afraid of moving to follow him for med school, residency, fellowship etc. And generally those people seem to have great difficulty in breaking off the relationship, even though they are told that it is a dead-end situation that will cause them big trouble in the future. By the time you are done, you'll have all of the basics down and will have the framework to know what to ask next without any confusion. If you do, that's okay. Love is a relation where compromise sacrifices and understanding matters a lot. Of course she won't want to watch something that in her mind attacks her religion. I was born and raised in the LDS faith. As soon as she becomes dissatisfied, she will turn face and educate the OP about just how wrong it would be for her to stay with him.
I can second this, as a lifelong utahn this is why I simply have a "no mormons" policy for dating. Look up all the threads of people who are dealing with their true believing spouses -- the guilt, the silence, the bad communication, the hostage-taking. I am not married yet, there is some consolation in that. You should ask yourself if you want to pursue a future partner who was raised in an environment that causes drastic sexual suppression and you may never have a healthy sex life if she is your wife. Hence, ensure that the girl or guy you want to date is above 16; although with changing times, some kids may date younger, if your love interest is not keen on going out until 16, then hold off. My surgeon husband of 12 years just made himself a "free agent" when he cheated on me and our three kids with a gal 12 years his junior. When my nomo husband does go to church we discuss the talks. It's a gross feeling. While there are some differences noted here, in many ways you should treat them the same way you would girls of other faiths.
In areas with lots of single Mormons of dating and marriageable age, the Church has established singles wards. But I do still largely consider us an interfaith couple. Heavenly Father will give you guidance if you listen with an open heart and contrite spirit as always. Mormons have separate congregations for young single adults, which is very convenient. You are the woman of valor eshet khayil sung about by Solomon in Proverbs 31 http: Good for you, good for your husband, and definitely good for your childen.
She converts to your religion. But the issue of marrying a non-member raises two fundamental problems: That idea seems so contrary to the nature of God. Good luck to both of you on working this out, and if you decide that interfaith marriage is something you can handle and your gentlemen turn out to be the right men for you, then welcome to the club.