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There is also a print with 40 cheap and fun group dates. Here are some thoughts on this subject by Shannon: Most youth love to talk about dating.If you say, “We are having a lesson on dating this Sunday”, record numbers will show up. How applicable that symbol is for all of the standards in For the Strength of Youth.It is good for young men and young women to learn to know and to appreciate one another. (For the Strength of Youth, Dating) I used to pull out my driver’s license and ask the youth why they think we have to wait until we are 16 to drive. What are some of the dangers and pressures on the road? One common excuse is that some feel that they are more mature than others, so they can begin earlier than 16. Blessed be the youth who helps change this dangerous belief and helps others recognize and feel value as they live the standards.It is good for you to go to games and dances and picnics, to do all of the young things. “How many of you wish you could drive before you are (were) 16? ” And then we would talk about the emotional maturity that is necessary to even begin to handle a vehicle, laws and other cars – and the consequences that could be (to yourself and others) if you are not ready. There are a lot of pressures involved – and those that love the youth recognize that they can begin to handle them at 16, but there are still a lot of standards involved to help them be able to be strong through them – just like there are laws accompanied with driving. May we never fall for the world’s view of worth as we are clinging to God’s commandments and promised blessings.
Just like the young men who are aware at the dance and make sure that every girl gets to dance – how wonderful if they made sure that each girl also gets to go on dates and gain these same experiences. Packer said: “When you are old enough, you ought to start dating. And as with all of the standards: they will never regret living them! Maturity may vary from individual to individual, but we are convinced that dating should not even begin until you are 16. The alternate view is that if you don’t have a significant other, you must not be desirable.We would giggle and laugh through this wonderful phase of our lives.And date-by-date we would gain more confidence and the social skills to take us into our college years, where dating had a different goal.“ (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.