may be a little confusing, since nowadays it sometimes seems to imply something a little more serious than what we intend it to mean in relation to youth in the Church.There are two different types of dating: With casual dating, there is no exclusivity.You have fun; you do a variety of things with a variety of people.
You should put aside a need to find a “one and only.” If you’re dating casually, you don’t expect a relationship to become a romance.For decades, prophets have preached that youth who are in no position to marry should not pair off exclusively.For instance, President Hinckley (1910–2008) said, “When you are young, do not get involved in steady dating."Some of my friends and I (including my crush) went out to a hockey game together. I had never been to a hockey game and my crush had been playing his whole life, so it was a great way to get to know him and flirt at the same time. It opened both of us up, and we have been together for nine months now." "I love going to the pool with a bunch of people.Plus, we weren't alone, so there were no awkward silences.""When I first started dating my boyfriend, we were really nervous around each other, so I asked him if he wanted to go mini golfing with his friend and my friend. There's seriously almost nothing more fun, and if it's a group date, there are lots of opportunities for watery kisses — but prepare to be splashed by your friends if they catch you! Each team makes a list for the other to find, and we meet up at the nearest and biggest mall and scout it out!