I know a lot of Mormons who were also not raised on fear and guilt and strict gender rolesвbut I was, as were many of my peers. No matter that he's married - maybe they can lure him away. He is married to his job right now. But I was unusual in that I never really wanted to convert my husband I was worried I'd have to divorce him if he turned true Mormon and he didn't need me to believe way he does. I am the wife of a general surgeon in his mid 50s. We are not judged only for what we do but why we do it. I realize I rambled a bit and may not have answered all your questions; feel free to ask anything else you want to know.
She went to BYU and did a 2 year mission, but since she was a girl she got to have a car instead of a bicycle. When she was a kid, Dr. I mostly attribute this to lack of sleep, but I also think he is treated better as a fellow -- by everyone. But his absence in the spiritual side of my life, and that of my mother, was very hard. You might need more than he can give. They seriously have movies about it.
The church can be a very cruel place for single people. I know how much it hurts, and it makes you feel unwanted. If you can love them unconditionally with how they are now, then I say go for it. I'm not saying you shouldn't pursue the relationship, but I'd only recommend marrying her if she leaves the church because she discovers it's not true. You join the LDS Church. It's a great idea to know where you stand so that you'll be prepared when this comes up in conversation. We love each other very much and are each others support system. Of course, your parents will care most. I'm going to disagree with what some of the people have said.
I feel I have given a lot of myself and in the process have lost myself and my identity. It's what I agnostic atheist exmo do with my girlfriend reasonable TBM. That's one great thing about the internet and blogging That is exactly how I feel.