She will be oh-so-grateful if you do not pressure her to discard those values. When we obsess over it we start acting like a customer in a clothing store wondering what he or she will look like if they wear that particular wardrobe. We married in early 30's. Now learn about how all of your doubts can be resolved through apologetics.
She will want her kids blessed, baptized, taking temple trips to baptize for the dead, hold the priesthood, a bishop will ask you sons and daughters if they masterbate and punish them if they do, etc. I am afraid of what these years ahead could mean to our family; make it or break it. The only thing they value it's themselves and their career. It's been really tough and am only hoping to see a glimpse of the reward soon, whether it is simply watching a movie and actually finish it in one sitting or finally having dinner in the same room. So i try and be supportive with cute texts and never asking him to call me or do anything, but it is hard not to feel resentful. Honestly, I don't have very good advice, but keep being you and hopefully she won't let her religion blind her like it blinded me. Not every LDS person does, unfortunately.
At 30, you just give up. I don't mean to be rude, but she's not gonna give up her "nonsense". The hospital had become, by his own admission, his "family", and he had virtually abandoned us to this demanding career. She is passionate about it. This blog accommodates some frank admissions about that which is less than wonderful about LDS.
These girls are nervous around non-Mormons. Can they keep a job and or clean up after themselves. There will, in fact, still be churches besides our own.