Mormonism is fundamental to my religious beliefs and my personal sense of identity, and it is the community that I identify with most strongly. One small thing to add here. And no I would not pressure them to convert but as a Latter-day Saint I would pray for them to convert as I do for many people I know and love.
Is your mind made up and you want justifying support. Then here for a musical explanation of how those who yearn for a rational faith can resolve doubt through symbolical interpretation. An interfaith marriage can be done well or disastrously, or even only being made up as you go. I'd like to reiterate, though, that sheer physical exhaustion isn't as much of a problem for me as it might be for a med student or a doctor, so he might be deserving of the benefit of doubt if he doesn't keep in touch regularly. But what if your girlfriend is Mormon, but not active in the Church. These are nice people.
I married a person, not a religion. Their son grew up to become a temple president. Religious differences, however are real. If so, then step away from the internet and go look him in the eyes and take his hands and start asking him all the questions you asked me. I had to tell her to stop communicating with my husband she was fired but he had urged her to "keep in touch!!. I have been married to a doc for 31 years and just found out about an "emotional affair" that went on for 15 years she is a nurse.
As for the Mormon cohort he will be exposed to, I have two thoughts: And so far as I could tell, it worked and no one tried to drag her husband into the church. And the nonmember spouse may just put pressure on the member spouse to spend more time with them. If you stay together l, you are going to have to remind her of that commitment. My husband is more relaxed now - even with 14 hour days - and yes, I am starting to feel like he is "coming back". If he has to work late call a girlfriend or paint a picture. She is showing a common attitude of distrust for "anti-mormon" material.