Especially if they're devote enough to expect you to marry in heaven, huge implications with that one. I was definitely taking the "Tough love" approach because I've read countless times on this and other boards, how Mormons claimed that they were cool with their SO not being Mormon, and that they weren't, themselves, orthodox. Plan on her family trying to torpedo your relationship if you don't convert. As for having children, expect to be a single parent. I I must also say that some of them truly do have affairs even wit the best of spouses. She can only get sealed to him in a Mormon temple. But our marriage is strong, and our children are good people. I told her that I want to only be friends.
Their thinking is something like this. If not, it's better to find out now than to continue with something that isn't satisfying you. Anyway, I'm sad and disappointed and I know that it will be my job to keep the marriage together. I would think that a comprise between you getting missionary discussions and her reading the CES letter would be even. A forum for ex-mormons and others who have been affected by mormonism to share news, commentary, and comedy about the Mormon church.
This is wonderful and in accordance with the desires of a loving Father in Heaven, but it can turn a marriage on its ear, if the spouse is unprepared. I think love and caring can be more important. How is that gonna work. I feel very sad sometimes but I try to stay strong. These are also only the American statistics. I was so incredibly supportive of him and his career. The first key question to as is: If the answer is yes then the relationship sounds like it's doomed.
If you are an atheist or a non-believer, then let your date know, and politely decline the invitation. If you are not old enough to consider marriage, you should be careful about having a serious, exclusive relationship. Can he see the good in it, or does he focus on the more controversial aspects. All these link from LDS. That is the shit storm on the road ahead of you. This can keep the relationship from getting too exclusive, and spending time with more people can give you a wider variety of things to do.