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“ (Ensign, June 2006) I remember when Elder Oaks gave this talk, I was single at the time and was very aware of that attitude.
Although this talk was geared towards young adults – I can’t help but wonder how the expectations and attitudes about dating in high school would naturally impact the behaviors in their young adult years.
But we were practicing with each other – and it was so fun!
Imagine the possible consequences of youth in their teenage years put off gaining these social skills until they reach college.
The question isn’t whether they are forming relationships, they are.
When I would talk to my students about this, the response is NOT that they didn’t want to date – it was that the expectation was: that if they asked someone out that must mean that they wanted to “be” with them – so the pressure was too heavy.
It may be interesting to have this conversation with the youth about how their dating behaviors now (and not just chastity) can help them prepare for their future families.
This can be a pretty sensitive topic with certain youth who would love to date, but seem to never be asked. and rolling their eyes at me – which I love because it means they needed to hear it. Steady dating is courtship, and surely the beginning of courtship ought to be delayed until you have emerged from your teens.” (For the Strength of Youth, Dating) There will be many youth who live and love this standard, and many who ignore it.
There is also a wallet reminder card they can stick in their wallets and remember to act in these honorable ways while on a date or out with their friends.
There is also a letter with four questions you can have mom and dad fill out for each girl. Included is a page of awesome quotes that are really relevant to the youth.
So they resort to “hanging out”, it is easier and has less pressure.