I don't know what to do. Yes, because that is generally what is best. After a lot of thought during that relationship with a non-Mormon, I laid out exactly what struggles I was probably going to face: I was worried about my own faith. I say to you, decisions determine destiny. I married a person, not a religion. I hated it so much, in fact, that I ran off to China. Well if she knew or ever found out, in her eyes you'll be a loathsome perverted deviant in need of sex addiction counseling. But remember that it is also your wife's choice to obey or disobey, and that you have no authority over her as a person, either.
Life will chuck all sorts of bouncers at you. But that is a nice gesture, and he will appreciate it. I have missed the Church in some ways, and certainly the blessings of a temple marriage. We always went every Sunday, had family prayer and scripture reading, etc. He is extremely compassionate. Oh this is a great set of questions. It made me so very sad. I was thinking the same thing when I read this.
To those asking about pre-med boyfriends, mcat, first year, med school boyfriends: You never accomplish half what you set out to do, and taking practice exams is the most anxiety provoking experience. It MAY be true that she will be miserable with him and make him miserable with her. She cannot get into the top echelons of heaven without being sealed to a worthy priesthood holder in the temple for time and all eternity. You would think surrounded by kids and being off every day would not be lonely but never having anyone to share your kids achievements with in person is hard. You can't reason with fanatics, and you got one. You can feel it in your bones.
Is it wrong to make those types of sacrifices. Why Mormons don't drink wine or coffee. If you try to deconvert her I suggest indirectly at first.