The process of courtship is a difficult one for all involved and often proves to be more complicated than expected. This has led some to claim that dating might be appropriately synonymous with navigating a minefield. However, when we follow the guidance of prophets and apostles regarding dating and marriage, we can avoid a lot of the unnecessary difficulties that accompany dating. The purpose of dating is to help individuals develop relationships, learn what they are looking for in an eternal companion, and have fun while spending time with new people.
BYU-Idaho Student Blogs Teaches Flirting and Dating Advice Through Blog
Mormon Culture: Dating – Jesse King Jones
Watch out for me at 2: In my experience, I wanted nothing to do with marriage for my first year, which made the situation with that boy first mentioned a little bit awkward. Picture this: As a youth, dating should not be serious or stressful.
We've got a messy situation on our hands with the dating culture at BYU-Idaho and pretty much everywhere else for that matter. I describe many of these problems in this video. A student of ours also summarized some of the major points in the video and provided many of her own insights on her blog www. We share her comments below. Also, if you are fed up with the dating culture and actually want to do something about it, share this article publicly on your Facebook page.
Instead, Robinson says to just get to know people and figure out what you actually like about people. Girls will get me in trouble. Girls will keep me from being able to go on a mission.