Okay, friends. Let's talk dating.
Being a single college student, it's a topic that comes up nearly every day. Since General Conference this weekend, however, it's been even more of a hot topic.
Multiple speakers mentioned things about dating in their talks and someone submitted this column to my campus newspaper yesterday- both have created a lot of discussion.
Here's my take on the issue:
The majority of singles, male and female, have this supposed 'dating problem'. Hardly any of us really know how to properly approach dating. And we're all very used to being selfish. I do it all the time.
I wish I had a boyfriend. I wish that boy would ask me on a date. Oh, I don't really want to go on a date with that boy, how can I get out of this?
If you ask me, that's the problem. We're all focused on number one. Let's stop gender-bashing and blaming each other for the problems and let's learn how to serve each other and be a good friend or date.
But, I want to know what you guys think. Married readers, you've obviously done something right. Help us out. :)
Single readers, what do you think we can all improve in the dating world?