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For those of us who find ourselves unmarried— even if you were previously married— no matter how impressive your resume, career achievement or college degrees, in very manifest ways, we are still treated as adolescents. In my own pool of LDS dating experience (I was married when I joined the church, so I have a fair amount of real experience in both worlds), I have two distinct impressions: the age imbalance is waaaay out of balance in LDS 31 dating, and generally, we’re all nuts.

Yes, I know it’s typical (just like height- see sidebar) for women to be slightly younger than their husbands.

I crave a safe place to build what I see blossoming in Sassy Mc Lady Boot's eyes.

Not only does that come naturally to me, but it's blasting on every radio station in Mormontown 24/7.

He looks at me, pleasant enough, and says “Well, what’s wrong with your uterus?

” It’s a good thing the salad hadn’t arrived, I’d have choked.

I think we need to lead with our weakness more when we are in church, rather than pretend that we have it all together." And, he's right.

I’ll let someone else look up the stats, I’m too lazy.

But by slightly, I imagine somewhere inside of 5 years to be average. I was very clear and honest about my age, my divorce, and that status of young children in my home.

I do think there is a certain special level of hell to dating as an LDS single that one largely escapes when dating in the secular world.

For LDS people, getting married is generally the benchmark in achieving the social status of adulthood; far more than in the secular world.

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