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Brandt hosts a wonderfully frank and intimate discussion surrounding issues of sex and sexuality for newly engaged and newly married LDS members with panelists Greg and Letti Rockwell and Megan Von Ackerman.
Once they pass on someone great it’s hard to accept something that isn’t better than someone you previously dated. Once you’ve married someone who was strong in the church and a great, upstanding person and seen them do a complete 180 (leave the church and change their values, etc) it’s scary to know if the next will do the same. There are some that just haven’t found their niche yet, but from a young age Mormons are coached to get married, so those who are smart adapt and do it.
As a 29 year old divorced woman I don’t connect with the men in church because they are awkward, dorky and juvenile.
So you feel isolated and sometimes even ostracized.I often feel trapped since I have no siblings to help.It is also hard fitting in at church because people don’t know how to relate to you if you’re single.The reasons why they haven’t found the right match are widely varied and include luck, not being open enough, laziness, outside-of-mainstream personalities, fear, and of course luck.Disconnect between the church’s teachings, and reality.
There should be a designated ward in each stake for singles to attend.