I've converted to another religion twice (some would argue only 1.5 times).
I was a Christian who had become disenchanted with my faith. I fell in love with a Jewish girl who opened my eyes to a new world. She wasn't devout in her faith, whereas I had been in mine. I decided to convert to Reform Judaism. I announced this to her.
She explained to me that there were three types of Jews: religious Jews, cultural Jews, and social Jews. A religious Jew believed everything they learned from the rabbi. Her parents were religious Jews. A cultural Jew was someone who had been born into the faith, which they often no longer believed. She was a cultural Jew. A social Jew was someone who had developed an affinity for Judaism. They felt Jewish.
She would be happy marrying someone who was a social Jew, she said.
Yes, I count that as a conversion. I felt Jewish.
Then we broke up and I spent several years desolate, before I met the woman who became my wife.
My wife was a Mormon when I met her. My atheism/agnosticism was deeply ingrained, but there were aspects of Mormon theology that I found appealing (honestly, not the polygamy in Heaven part), and I loved my new bride, so I converted.
We both abandoned Mormonism a decade later, after we began to have qualms about its misogyny and homophobia.
Does that answer your question?