They do exist and you deserve that. Find out what your partner thinks of as non-negotiable. I am really in love with him. It sounds like you dont even know this guy well enough to answer that question but I could be wrong. She likely hasn't had many long-term relationships and has no idea what dynamics are involved in one. My wife is living proof that they CAN be worth it. This is especially true when you are around others. I've been doing it wrong. I would love any advice you can give.
There will, in fact, still be churches besides our own. My parents met when my mom was in 8th grade and married when she was I think my sister married fastest and knew her husband at least 18 months, dating for at least half that. Mormonism is a lot more controlling and has a lot more downsides. I told her that I want to only be friends. If she is still Mormon and you are not, she will always secretly hope that you convert, just like you will always secretly hope she leaves the church. And what happens when we have kids?. And I don't have issues with her, hell, haven't even seen her in over 20 years, but the experience with the whole Mormon thing gave me better insight in to many things in life. Mormon women are more likely to date outside of the religion than men, but also very unlikely to convert to a different religion.
Now I feel sadness for losing out because of fear, and a cult mindset. I am a happily married mono-faith guy who has no testimony of dusted base boards. She's willing to talk about anything I find directly on LDS. Did he ever buy me anything other than a coffee or a dinner. But my struggle is with whether or not he is willing to give anything with sacrifice and commitment, and how much of this has to do with me vs. The religious differences between you two are a deal-breaking fault. Finally, the decision of whom you marry is really between you and God. It's why TBMs are so bugged by people that leave the church.
I agree we shouldn't continue if we can't accept each other as we are. I don't know how to manage the resentment. I think about leaving all the time now because by myself there are no disappointments. If it's the former I'm more inclined to think he's being self-centered in your relationship. Having said that I'm not looking to get married any time soon, so no. Her experience may or may not be typical, but it is something to consider. Yes, do sever the relationship. If I were you, I would sever the relationship and find someone else. I have so often heard wow you married a doctor The truth is I will always come second to his job and he will never know how lonely I am for him to put me first. I was scared to bring it up and make it seem like a demand or ultimatum, so I think I will approach him in the way you described.