And don't fall for all their talk of being open and welcoming. Each time, I start to make friends and have to leave them and move. My husband has gone from proselytizing and thinking he knows it all to a real spiritual seeker, albeit with a strong testimony in the church.
It is fundamental that we focus foremost on developing ourselves as suitably strong men. We are still struggling to put our life back together for the sake of our marriage and our 3 boys, but it is a difficult path. No one appreciates how demanding it is unless they have lived it, many friends over the years said to me "lucky you, you are married to a Doctor. That sentence strikes me as rather bizarre--it seems to be alluding to a causal link between academics and being "emotionally immature," as you put it.
Log into your account. I knew a couple in my last ward who got married in their mid 20's. Make an honest effort, and see if you reach the walk-away point. I'm firmly in the RUN camp.
I prayed about whether to marry this man, and I felt and still feel strongly that it was right for me. I know a non-Mormon guy who married a Mormon woman and has kept her beautiful and desirable, by encouraging her religious involvement, even though he avoided Mormonism himself. The fact she's dating you while you aren't a Mormon is at least a sign of hope. Fortunately most of my immediate family has done better. Since internship started, I always feel disappointed with my fiance'.