I would advise you to try to be as understanding as you can of her point of view, because having you world view shattered is very difficult and can take a long time to recover from. IE в the comment about not having a husband to give priesthood blessings, etc. It's tough to date a med student let alone a resident. He is coming to church with me and our daughter for the ward Christmas program. To her, if you don't marry in the temple, she will probably do it after you die anyway. I agree we shouldn't continue if we can't accept each other as we are.
Thirty years ago I converted a guy and then dumped him for a returned missionary from an established LDS family. Do what feels right. I felt her fear, everything she's said, I said. If you are both in high school, she may refuse altogether. I find that having zero expectations, single parenting and having my own life makes our marriage work well. This can make it harder for you two to do things together. It is soooo hard.
Then, do any of the above morsels of advice matter. You can't gamble on her seeing Mormonism for the shit show that it is. She asked me to read that site and write down questions. Of course I have time for my SOs, of course I give of myself to them. I have been dating a surgeon and we are thinking about marriage. Anyways, after I was temporarily "crazy" during my masters degree studies, my husband and I began reading the book: I think we had been too busy to invest in our relationship, and in the book were reminded of how much we needed to work for our relationship. He says it is harmless and is only fantasy as there is no touching involved. If she is still Mormon and you are not, she will always secretly hope that you convert, just like you will always secretly hope she leaves the church. Also, I want to be fully supportive of his dreams and what he wants to become.
She may never join the join the church. There are many great and wonderful people in the church, and the real evil about the church is that it harms those great and wonderful people. More success stories All success stories Hide success stories. This always seemed terribly wrong to me. All in good time, my dear.