I'm approaching my 40th birthday and realizing, if anything happens, I will have to plan it myself. Based on what you have written about your GF, my opinion is that you should cut your losses and move on. Medscape App Get fast, accurate answers for point-of-care decision making.
To prevent problems from developing in the marriage over in what faith the possible children should be raised. I have read some of the comment here and would like to share my experience. Attacking other posters is not allowed, but this forum recognizes the difference between a belief and the person holding to that belief. My wife chose me, but most people aren't so lucky. There have been times in my marriage where I have been frustrated and angry by his lack of change.
I am a military doctor's wife, so in addition to the hideous hours, we have deployments. I am someone who loves quality time a lot. In her obviously orthodox Mormon paradigm dad's a bishop, she went to BYU and on a missionunderstand that she believes her husband must be an orthodox Mormon and get married to her in the temple. It's satire, but this is all stuff you may hear at Thanksgiving dinner. My beliefs have changed several times in my life, but not those things, so my interfaith marriage has lasted 25 years. Everything we do when we are together seems to be pre-planned and must be executed just so, right down to unexpectedly turning off the lights at And I can relate to the walking on eggshells feeling when they are home. To them, everyone is either TBM, hasn't learned the truth yet, or has some kind of personal failing laziness, desire to sin, allowed themself to be deceived by satan, etc. Not in endless discussions of temple marriage, not ever.
My experience with non members has been so much more meaningful and caring. Love does a lot. I have never been your typical domestically skilled stay at home mom. Now we go out to eat or to watch a play or do something together about once every week or two, which is a nice change compared to once a year.