We are not judged only for what we do but why we do it. She'll be hoping that you're going to convert and if neither is happy with the other being as they are, you'll find yourself divorced shortly down the road. Am still very hopeful and in love.
You should take all of the above advice to heart and follow it just in case, so you can make a smooth transition should it ever be necessary. Is it naive to think we could raise our children to fully participate in two different faiths. I completely relate to all you've written; many of us have come to see Mormonism for what it is, and the severe damage it does to human brains. With that being said, I have long considered myself just a tad outside super TBM since we watched Game of Thrones, drank energy drinks, and occasionally stayed in my running clothes sans garments to do yard work. Mormon's view marriages outside the temple to be counterfeit and you can't get into the temple without converting to the religion. With that same attitude they will rise up on the other side of the veil. But I don't want to put any more demands on his time, which is why I thought maybe asking for quick phone call on his drive home might help. I seriously questioned the future of our relationship based on that fact alone. Oh this is a great set of questions.
Full respect and care. Also not one Nickel will be tithed out of any shared funds. I'm afraid he's going to be more in love with work than me and a family. It takes him about 20 minutes to get ready. And faith and trust. Thirty years ago I converted a guy and then dumped him for a returned missionary from an established LDS family.
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. It sounds like you HAVE done your best in the past. A more unfortunate soul needs him right now as much as I need him. His single doctor friends have so much more time and money to spend on lavish overseas holidays and recreational activities, while every spare moment the husband has to spend at home, helping with the children and all the responsibilities that entails. I forgot to add, that if you marry and alow your children to be raised as Mormon, chances are you wont be able to be at their wedding because it will be in the temple. If your spouse believes in infant baptism, will you allow the children to have that. It's a less common occurrence, but it happens. It would put him in a position of feeling less and being looked down on.