This can be a good way to learn more about your personalities. Another simple and doable option is to go online; there are many LDS dating sites where you can sign up and meet new and interesting people. And can you talk about hard things together. Reason being - he wants our relationship to be spontaneous like it was before the pre-med things really "kicked in". While a part of me is sad about not having a temple marriage and getting sealed together I have hope that this could change while we are on this earth and I have faith in an ever-loving Father in Heaven who is kind and just and will be able to provide a way for my family to live together in the eternities.
Will he be happy knowing that you are giving up something of incredible importance to you. I knew a couple in my last ward who got married in their mid 20's. That being said, there are some facets of the religion that you should be aware of that will influence how she approaches both you and the relationship. But now, we embrace our spiritual differences. Which is the highest place in heaven aka celestial kingdom.
Everyday he asks me, "What are you doing tonight. And some will do that. At the end of the day, nothing I say or do can help him see this. If she is as real deal as you say she is, she believes this also. I know "Meet the Mormons" isn't what I'm looking for I went through a very similar experience earlier this year and the community was extremely helpful. She needs to be, and maybe she will get there. Play with fire if you don't fear getting burned. Good thing is you can have multiple wives in heaven if you become exalted. If you can genuinely deconvert her then cool. Follow your heart and live life with no regrets.
I was actually just talking to my husband about that the other day, at first he said that it depressed him when I said that, but really, it helps. There is the possibility that she will wise up over time, but not likely. This was hard for me because my faith is deeply rooted within me. However, my situation is very different. Do you schedule time in to talk and see each other. The religion rather, and more importantly, the church itself is integral to most mormons' identity. It gives people a sense of purpose, while pressuring them to be 'good' by their book.