I can second this, as a lifelong utahn this is why I simply have a "no mormons" policy for dating. Some Mormon girls succumb to worldly laziness. A lot of Mormons escape that pitfall and can put people first. This is by design. I did in college, and knew I would play 2nd fiddle to the lifelong dream. But it is the path we have to go through to get to that point that really scares me. Girls then struggle to reconcile degenerate popular culture with Mormon expectations. For men, this will likely come after completing your mission trip, so in your early 20s at the earliest. How do you feel about that.
If you do manage to break her away from the church, her family will be there to continue sowing doubt. Plan on her family trying to torpedo your relationship if you don't convert. I hear you, I need my down time to decompress and watch stuff on the Internet, haha. A patient of his went into labor, was having a rough time and he spent the next 32 hours at the hospital. Since moving and starting residency, he has done a complete - no resemblance to the man I fell in love with. Then she can have a chance to actually be the individual she is, and they can have an adult conversation about their future and whether or not they have one. But, I am a 3rd year medical student and my fiance is a 2nd year medical student. I clearly stated twice that I severed things with the girl. I'm so sorry to hear this. Patriarchal leadership is something that most women in the world valued until recently, but it is still a chief value with Mormons.
That was hard on my relationship and I had to give up on my dream of being a computer programmer. The kids are so involved and I am busy with them but I long for my husband to work less. It's what I agnostic atheist exmo do with my girlfriend reasonable TBM.
I would show her this recent post for example: Her family will also be thinking about this and will talk to you about it when you spend time with them. Mormonism is fundamental to my religious beliefs and my personal sense of identity, and it is the community that I identify with most strongly. I am in my first year of medicine.