She has to decide for herself what she believes, but you can definitely help expose her to new ideas. 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. Good communication, love, support and understanding are the things you should consider. So marrying a doctor might be ideal for me. It is always a nice idea to plan for your date in advance.
And you know what. The foundation of our relationship began with God and he will always be in the center. Its really much harder than what I thought. Now he is into his second year, the schedule has improved some and so has his libido: I am married to an intern this is his first year residency, unfortunatley he didn't match so this is only a pre-lim year and now I know in my thoughts we may have to move again, so I get upset when I think why even try and get attached to the community, neighbors, new friends As humans we really need people in our lives especially in a time like this, although we might have to move again and go through the whole match process again there is still hope and there is still a very much needed assist with friends, and family in our lives. Understand that it's their belief, and make plans for any of the other 6 days instead. The extent of other physical activity depends on what you both want from the relationship, though in general the Mormon Church frowns on sexual contact even beyond intercourse. If she is open to questioning her faith, perhaps she can chase you down. For now, again, don't expect a decade long relationship.
Never marry someone with the goal of a post-marriage conversion. It has nothing to do with their career. Do you schedule time in to talk and see each other. Even after being in a relationship I have to take all the decision alone. Mormon theology is peculiar, yes, but the media frequently takes things out of context and misrepresents the religion. I have to day that I totally agree!. It seems to me like you are walking into a relationship where there is a significant disconnect from the start.
Many blessings to you. Think about what you want in a relationship. Secondly, if he's still in residency, he has to prevail and give it his all. She was masterful at hiding the cuts and bruises with clothing. Like it was mentioned above, see how she deals some of the issues now and if she can't handle it, it might be better to find someone else. My advice would be to date him when he has free time.