It made me so very sad. I really like him, and I think we fit together well with personality, values, and life goals. You can't force her to change, nor should you if you could. Plan on knowing their religion better than they do at all times.
I am sure you can all guess how this ends As his moving date was approaching, he was spending more and more time with his friends and less and less time with me. And also I thought it was weird she wore some kind of pants that come to her knees under her other pants, but I never asked about that. As Joanne mentioned, should you marry interfaith, you will have lots of help from fellow ward members on converting your spouse.
Response to your edit: Do NOT bring up or mention anything that could be considered "anti Mormon. I know, I know, this is the last thing you want to hear. I have read some of the comment here and would like to share my experience. Top Posts Do Mormons believe people can become gods. He will eventually have more time for you, but right now he is likely giving you all the time that he can, even though it is very little. It has just made me realize that these formulas a lot of us Mormons learn growing up about how to have a happy marriage are, well, crap.
She is a returned missionary, and won't Marry you if you want to stay atheist. Every new set will see your man with fresh and hungry eyes as a potential golden contact. Honestly, it isn't her fault. It's like talking to a wall. God will help you both work this out. We decided early on that having only one working parent was critical -- I am always the one that flexes to his schedule like it or notand staying home with our child enables me to do that. She's a wonderful person and I think we could work, so yes. Trust me, though--you will. And faith and trust.