I currently just started dating someone who is not only in the military, but a doctor. Best of both worlds if you ask me. There is NO guarantee that marrying a returned missionary RM in the temple equates with love and happiness. Most want nothing to do with the church.
Edit - I just read through some of your other comments. If you think your girlfriend's resistance to being exposed to anything critical of Mormonism sounds cult-like, you are right. This woman has already given two full years fully devoted to the institution without question. She's told me the church is one of the most important things to her, but from what I've researched already there's no way I would subject my future children to this culture. Be fruitful and multiply. Make sure the girl you like is already 16 years old. Anyways, after I was temporarily "crazy" during my masters degree studies, my husband and I began reading the book: I think we had been too busy to invest in our relationship, and in the book were reminded of how much we needed to work for our relationship.
A good place to go is to a museum, hiking, or to a park. I too married for love but there's no emotional energy, support or empathy left for the darling wife. She ends on a positive note: You are a flawed and unique human being, with excellent training and an admirable sense of purpose.
And faith and trust. So, we decide to take a "break" because there was so much tension and resentment in the relationship. He is truly my best friend, my life partner but I can't help, at times, feel extremely lonely and depressed. Mixed races, however, are NOT tied into opposing beliefs and mixed races don't try to "convert" each other. Ask questions, try to find out as much as you can. Not the end of the world. When I see my boyfriend hard at work, it also inspires me to improve and challenge myself in my own way.