Marriage offers a chance to develop generosity of spirit and a willingness to be improved by the one we love, no matter what faith tradition he or she may claim. If it were me, I would be flattered they had that much time to spend on me. If you can live with some auxiliary authority in your life knowing that your wife will, as necessary, bend to its will instead of yours, you'll cross those bridges as you come to them. But, you will probably lose.
Many blessings to you. It's typical to not hear from him for weeks. I'm a doctors wife, my husband is a speciality physician. Medical school and residency is really intense, and I think it's pretty common for doctors to get married a little later in life than the average couple. So, kudos to you for having such a wonderful relationship for so long and getting through step 1 and 2 and matching.
But I can't figure out whether or not we will ever get to that stage with the current situation and I'm scared of wasting my time waiting for things to get better. You'll definitely need antidepressants. I can honestly say this isn't worth it. A quiet, hard working immigrant but dedicated and faithful. BYU was once the perfect place to find a great young woman and get married. Well, you won't be getting into anything soon. It's not fair to put words in her mouth and thoughts in her brain like this. Full respect and care.
We married in early 30's. Good luck to you and your boyfriend. But of course this does not mean that mixed religion children cannot grow up to be LDS stalwarts. She has encouraged me to read LDS. As soon as she becomes dissatisfied, she will turn face and educate the OP about just how wrong it would be for her to stay with him. And after dating a few months we both knew we wanted to get married.