Ask questions, try to find out as much as you can. I think it's very helpful that I wasn't nearly as busy for most of our relationship thus farwe got engaged before I got absurdly busy and so it's not like we weren't extremely close. Since then, I have made promise that anybody I know that have a relationship problem, I would be of help to such person by referring him or her to the only real and powerful spell caster who helped me with my own problem and who is different from all the other ones out there.
Even if you are looking towards marriage, it can be better to hold off on more serious activities until a couple of dates to make sure you both feel the relationship is moving in the right direction. That's a really sad story. Drives me a bit crazy. Although it may indeed be a good idea to get out of this one, we all need to keep in mind that the situation is more complex than that. Lonely is an everyday thing. So, kudos to you for having such a wonderful relationship for so long and getting through step 1 and 2 and matching. Marry a person based on his character, not his religion. So if you feel like you both are getting serious, then talk to your girlfriend in time and sort this issue out. But the issue of marrying a non-member raises two fundamental problems: That idea seems so contrary to the nature of God.
I understand that, and accept that. I will keep reading, but it looks like most of the stuff about racism and polygamy has been "adequately" explained away by updates to LDS. Her attempts to convert you will get stronger and stronger, if you make it clear to her that you will not under any circumstances convert, she'll bounce. Loneliness seems to be a part of being a wife of a doc in training, and at times all I can think of is simply getting over a day at a time. Would she be okay with never being married in the temple. Expect her to either write you off during her mission or pressure you to show interest in the church. There's a ton of crazy in what we were taught all our lives. But of course this does not mean that mixed religion children cannot grow up to be LDS stalwarts. When I talk to him about this he seems to agree that he doesn't like the person he's becoming and doesn't look forward to a career in medicine, but says he can't leave medicine.
You will be expected to condone but not attend events in the temple to which you will not be granted access. I have known many women who have married non-members and are happy. Do you see yourself marrying this person if marriage is something you are interested in for the future. This also means giving her something specific to do. I'll keep digging through it, but there's a lot there and I'd like some suggestions to narrow my search.