Do they:"Choose a companion you can always honor, you can always respect, one who will complement you in your own life, one to whom you can give your entire heart, your entire love, your entire allegiance, your entire loyalty" ("Life's Obligations," Ensign, Feb 1999, 2).Seeking the Perfect Person Although it is extremely important to date those who have high standards and to observe a potential spouse's behavior, it's also important to remember that no one is perfect. Scott warns against focusing too heavily on seeking a perfect companion:"I suggest that you not ignore many possible candidates who are still developing these attributes, seeking the one who is perfected in them.Becoming Best Friends When you've fallen in love with someone it's easy to believe that you are the best of friends and will always feel the way you do, but falling in love is a temporary emotion, one that eventually fades.
There should be ample opportunities to experience the prospective spouse’s behavior in a variety of circumstances" (Dallin H. Don't let yourself get caught up in the moment by jumping into marriage when you're still in the stage of infatuation and attraction.
Take the time necessary to allow your relationship (and knowledge of the one you're dating) to properly form into a sure foundation.
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By Rachel Bruner After following the basic LDS dating rules and guidelines the time will come when you’re ready to work towards a temple marriage. Prepare yourself through proper dating and courtship and learn how to build a strong relationship by: dating for a sufficient time, becoming best friends, choosing the right person, building a foundation upon Jesus Christ.
A few brief dates, followed by a whirlwind engagement and marriage, does not build a solid foundation for marriage.
Such a sandy foundation will not hold firm when the storms of life come- and they always come.
You will likely not find that perfect person, and if you did, there would certainly be no interest in you.