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One friend observed that in her experience, such dry spells aren’t “uncommon in LDS circles, but *very* uncommon in secular/regular life [but see below].

A woman friend related this experience from her time in YW: “One of my old advisers gave the entire YW the following advice: Just remember when you start dating someone that you’re either going to get married or break up.

Those are the only two options at the beginning of a new relationship.

He wonders if the lack of a serious significant other outside of an engagement is now relatively common.

I quote him: “I’ve watched my siblings go through this and it’s really awful.

Does the person you are dating tear others down or build them up? The myth of “soul mates” “‘Soul mates’ are fiction and an illusion; and while every young man and young woman will seek with all diligence and prayerfulness to find a mate with whom life can be most compatible and beautiful, yet it is certain that almost any good man and any good woman can have happiness and a successful marriage IF BOTH ARE WILLING TO PAY THE PRICE” (emphasis added).

Is his or her attitude and language and conduct what you would like to live with every day?

If it’s broad enough to be a cultural phenomenon, there needs to be lots of somethings that need changing, starting at the top and extending downward.

We’ve become expert in needless suffering.” I’ve wondered the same thing as I’ve watched kids in my mostly LDS neighborhood and my own children.

Ever since various general authorities started drawing attention to the dating scene among Young Adults, I’ve taken an interest in the current status of dating, especially among LDS people, but also in general.

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