I think there's a chance you two can find a way to agree on a lifestyle and values. I also felt like I could never be a good wife. I would find it therapeutic to type out all of my feelings and at the same time he would get an update.
Take the missionary lessons, read the Book of Mormon and the Bible. I think the LDS have been vastly over-simplifying that doctrine. Good Questions to Ask Someone. The Holy Ghost will testify that it is true. If you are willing to wait, then well and good; otherwise, it is best to move on. Earlier I mentioned "Even if the church believes a bunch of crazy nonsense, and she believes it too, I still really like her and would like to see whether we can have some good intellectual conversations about this stuff. That isn't fair on you, and again will create stress and a stress point in the relationship. Good luck with her, and good life to you.
I hope he wised up. A forum for ex-mormons and others who have been affected by mormonism to share news, commentary, and comedy about the Mormon church. It's unfair to assume that she feels that way without asking her. I have had to compromise more often than I would have liked.
Again, I deeply love my dad, but these were things that I had to deal with. He was patient and supportive, promising to continue acting like a TBM for as long as I wanted our baby is 4, so that likely would have been at least 14 years. He is not a member and has told me he is not going to convert. The misogyny is deep in the Mormon church. The first few months were wonderful we saw each other every few weeks, we live about miles from each other. A Mormon wife will also want to bring the kids along, and that should be discussed and decided before marriage and before kids. I am so happy about 'starting' our life together in a few months, but I feel like I am totally setting myself up for disappointment. She likely believes that her time as a missionary was preparation for marriage. And I don't mean my good friend Satan.