We have been together for over ten years, but only married for 6 months. Mormons have separate congregations for young single adults, which is very convenient. And even when they are home with you Expectations of time together is a mirage. There are plenty of marriages between Mormons and non-Mormons. The important thing is that you are getting to know one another, not that you are always doing fancy things.
She sacrificed two years of her life to convert people to the religion. Take a breath, stop and think, is it worth destroying so many lives so you can step in and take the rewards after someone else does the hard work. My parents, siblings and grandparents are all active members; as am I. Ask her out on dates.
Dating a mormon girl. Mine was in California, back in the 70s. There is no question that God loves all of His children, and that obviously includes non-members. I would say though that racial differences are NOT like religious differences, certainly not those between Mo and Nomo. Somewhere down the road, you will find another girl who will be a much better match for you. Long story short, everyone is dead on. Just as secular marriages have problems, so do temple marriages.
I learned how truly very Mormon I really am, to the deepest part of my soul. As Joanna said, marriage takes some work no matter what, but being married to your best friend, and listening to the spirit brings great blessings. Maybe things would be have different if I had been older or if I had not been so fragile. So that's something I can't say is good or bad. There is no such thing as a perfect Mormon family- regardless of whether the parents are sealed or not. I will have time to build a life with friends and activities and travel of which he will be a minor part. Life is suddenly wonderful, and you catch yourself smiling, humming, and happy all the time. As for conversion, she just spent every waking second thinking about converting people. I would NOT want my daughter or son to marry a doctor. Mormonism is fundamental to my religious beliefs and my personal sense of identity, and it is the community that I identify with most strongly.