If she identifies as a Mormon, then she probably takes her faith seriously, and it means a lot to her. Now learn about how all of your doubts can be resolved through apologetics. But we'd like to have children soon, so I'm looking forward to reading through the archives of your blog to see how you've made it work. I don't remember much of the breakup because it's been overshadowed by what happened to her afterwards. Pray about it and follow your heart.
Joanna mentioned that our theology is rich with opportunities for second chances. Mine was in California, back in the 70s. It won't be easy. And you know what. We are very blessed. It is positively shocking. On top of that, we don't have personal time for each other and as a family often. Find someone who isn't part of a cult. He has no vices, is the happiest person I know, is a healthy role model of manhood for my teen daughter and loves me to the depth of his soul. He is always going to be the vulnerable, tired, needy one in our relationship and I don't feel like a doormat for being the one who provides that support and love to him anymore.
Due to their religious teachings, Mormons do not smoke, drink alcohol or caffeinated "hot drinks" coffee or tea or do drugs. Not unless she thinks she can convert you. There are a million fish in the sea and it makes no sense to choose one with whom you are not religiously compatible. We'll have to discuss that, now that I actually know some things about some things. I think you are all lucky to have such successful husbands, and I think in any marriage it is important to keep your own identity especially when you have children.
I hate to say it, but if you are serious, go explore her world. My dear faithful LDS aunt married a good non-member man. However, I will have a talk with him about where things are going between us. After about 3 months of his occasional interjecting of facts See that 14 year old girl.