Lds hanging out vs dating
There should be dating, followed by careful and thoughtful and thorough courtship.
bc Re: short courtships Part of it is the Mormon over-reliance on the spirit to make life decisions.
So if both people feel "prompted" to get married, often, they go for it. Part of it is Mormons are encouraged to marry and breed young.
Engaged after 2 or 3 months, were going to be engaged for five months but decided to cut it to one month to get-r-done before BYU started back up (thinking, well, we 'know' it's right, so why put it off and have that much longer to be tempted. So, married after about 4 months total..middle of divorce 5 years later after I stopped believing in the church (and that temple feeling, etc.). Any one of our parents should have smacked me upside the head, but all were happy so long as i felt good about it in the temple. rainwriter Re: short courtships Elder Oakes does say in his talk "Divorce," "If you wish to marry well, inquire well.
Associations through “hanging out” or exchanging information on the Internet are not a sufficient basis for marriage.
) that he kept questioning whether or not we felt sexually attracted to each other.