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At his age, I was pretty much making out whenever I got the chance. Take away the possibility of getting laid, and most introverts don’t want to bother.For myself, I was in relationships for a lot of my 20s and early 30s, not very seriously and usually breaking up amicably.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.
It seems to me that even just making friends is a challenge for people these days . It seems my son’s friends aren’t that into dating for the most part. Agreed that lots of people think it’s not worth the effort.
I think this has more to do with me than being Mormon, but I do think that being Mormon made me uncomfortable with dating non-Mormons.
Honestly, I don’t really feel like I missed out–I tend to view casual dating as a waste of time and never met anyone before ****** who I wanted a serious relationship with.” “Right, but that’s part of the problem, I think.
If you find someone with whom you click, you can then gradually (or rapidly) move towards exclusiveness, depending on your/their desire. I can’t say that about the LDS world, and if it weren’t for my rather exceptional experience in other contexts, I doubt I would *have* any male LDS friends.
There’s just nowhere for it to happen.” I think some Church authorities have been fairly liberal in their concept of dating.
Elder Ballard has promoted the idea of one on one dating, but not necessarily with the sole goal of marriage.