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What has made dating an endangered species? I am not sure, but I can see some contributing factors: The cultural tides in our world run strongly against commitments in family relationships. For example, divorce has been made legally easy, and childbearing has become unpopular. That plan relies on covenants or commitments kept.
Whatever draws us away from commitments weakens our capacity to participate in the plan. Dating involves commitments, if only for a few hours. Hanging out requires no commitments, at least not for the men if the women provide the food and shelter. I saw this trend beginning among our younger children.
For whatever reason, high school boys felt they had to do something elaborate or bizarre to ask for a date, especially for an event like a prom, and girls felt they had to do likewise to accept. In addition, a date had to be something of an expensive production.
I remember seeing one couple having a dinner catered by friends on the median strip between lanes of traffic just south of the BYU football stadium. All of this made dating more difficult. And the more elaborate and expensive the date, the fewer the dates.
As dates become fewer and more elaborate, this seems to create an expectation that a date implies seriousness or continuing commitment. That expectation discourages dating even more. Gone is the clumsy and inexpensive phone call your parents and grandparents and I used to make. That call went something like this: How about a movie?
The old-fashioned date was a wonderful way to get acquainted with a member of the opposite sex. It allowed you to see how you treat others and how you are treated in a one-on-one situation. It gave opportunities to learn how to initiate and sustain a mature relationship. None of that happens in hanging out. There is another possible contributing factor to the demise of dating and the prominence of the culture of hanging out.
For many years the Church has counseled young people not to date before age Perhaps some young adults, especially men, have carried that wise counsel to excess and determined not to date before 26 or maybe even Men, if you have returned from your mission and you are still following the boy-girl patterns you were counseled to follow when you were 15, it is time for you to grow up. Gather your courage and look for someone to pair off with.
Start with a variety of dates with a variety of young women, and when that phase yields a good prospect, proceed to courtship. That is what the Lord intends for His young adult sons and daughters. Men have the initiative, and you men should get on with it. I heard it from my year-old granddaughter.
Young women, resist too much hanging out, and encourage dates that are simple, inexpensive, and frequent. An occasional group activity is OK, but when you see men who make hanging out their primary interaction with the opposite sex, I think you should lock the pantry and bolt the front door. And, young women, please make it easier for these shy males to ask for a simple, inexpensive date. Part of making it easier is to avoid implying that a date is something very serious.
If we are to persuade young men to ask for dates more frequently, we must establish a mutual expectation that to go on a date is not to imply a continuing commitment. Finally, young women, if you turn down a date, be kind.
Otherwise you may crush a nervous and shy questioner and destroy him as a potential dater, and that could hurt some other sister.
My single young friends, we counsel you to channel your associations with the opposite sex into dating patterns that have the potential to mature into marriage, not hanging-out patterns that only have the prospect to mature into team sports like touch football.
Marriage is not a group activity—at least, not until the children come along in goodly numbers. Up to this point I have concentrated primarily on the responsibilities of single men. Now I have a few words for single women. If you are just marking time waiting for a marriage prospect, stop waiting. You may never have the opportunity for a suitable marriage in this life, so stop waiting and start moving.
Prepare yourself for life—even a single life—by education, experience, and planning. Seek it out in service and learning. Make a life for yourself. And trust in the Lord.
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Now, single sisters, I have an expert witness to invite to the stand at this time. It is my wife, Kristen, who, as an adult, was single for about 35 years before we married. I am asking her to come up and tell us what is in her heart. Thank you, Elder Oaks. We saw the Christus and the video Special Witnesses of Christ, and they went into my heart. This is your time.
Make it count by dedicating your time to your Heavenly Father. Spending real face-to-face time with other people is necessary to build true friendships.
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You may have heard the term; this experience was once referred to as a date. Gibson, " What About Dating? It is the only place under the heavens where marriage can be solemnized for eternity.
Marry the right person in the right place at the right time. Scott IRI "There is more to a foundation of eternal marriage than a pretty face or an attractive figure. There is more to consider than popularity or charisma. As you seek an eternal companion, look for someone who is developing the essential attributes that bring happiness: McConkie Courtesy LDS Church "In my judgment there is no more important single act that any Latter-day Saint ever does in this world than to marry the right person in the right place by the right authority.
The right person is someone for whom the natural and wholesome and normal affection that should exist does exist.
It is the person who is living so that he or she can go to the temple of God and make the covenants that we there make. The imperfections of others never release us from the need to work on our own shortcomings.
Hafen Stuart Johnson, Deseret News " Be friends first and sweethearts later, not the other way around. You are much more likely to be happy. Choose a companion you can always honor, you can always respect, one who will complement you in your own life, one to whom you can give your entire heart, your entire love, your entire allegiance, your entire loyalty.
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If we are faithful and determined it will temper and refine us, but it will not consume us. Enjoy what you now have. Be a disciple of Christ. And cherish it with all your heart when it does.
And when any of you — men or women — are given entrance to the heart of a trusting young friend, you stand on holy ground. In such a place you must be honest with yourself — and with your friend — about love and the expression of its symbols.Memorable Moment: Ellen's Wedding Monologue!
I just married a returned missionary. It is the wise sharing of emotions, feelings and concerns. It is the sharing of oneself totally. Hinckley Chuck Wing, Deseret News "To our young adults of marriageable circumstances, I hope you will not put off marriage too long. I do not speak so much to the young women as to the young men whose prerogative and responsibility it is to take the lead in this matter.
Look for a choice companion, one you can love, honor, and respect and make a decision. You have been responding to them, probably very clumsily, but they now form themselves into a restlessness that cannot be ignored.
You are old enough now to fall in love — not the puppy love of elementary years, not the confused love of the teens, but the full-blown love of eligible men and women, newly matured, ready for life.
I mean romantic love, with all the full intense meaning of the word, with all of the power and turbulence and frustration, the yearning, the restraining, and all of the peace and beauty and sublimity of love. No experience can be more beautiful, no power more compelling, more exquisite.
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Or, if misused, no suffering is more excruciating than that connected with love. You may never have the opportunity for a suitable marriage in this life, so stop waiting and start moving. Prepare yourself for life — even a single life — by education, experience and planning. Seek it out in service and learning. Make a life for yourself. And trust in the Lord. Russell Ballard Scott G.