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“You wouldn’t just go on a date with your friend,” he said. “No, you would hang out with your friend.”
Costa said he feels that dating is forced at BYU-I. The majority of people here do not know each other, yet leaders encourage them to be dating often.
Not knowing people makes dating even more awkward than it already is. You can tell by how everyone responds to their bishopric when they remind them that they should be going out on a date every week.
Costa said he believes his leaders have good intentions with the amount of encouragement they give to students to date. However, the counsel to date a lot of different people is confusing to him because of the cultural customs he grew up with.
“I should just be dating one girl,” Costa said.
Wilding said she has a bit of a different take on the dating culture here than Costa.
“I don’t feel like it’s forced too much,” she said. “Because if it wasn’t forced, then nothing would happen, and people would kind of just like hanging out, and it would be more casual than it could be.”
Wilding said a main goal for most people at BYU-I is to someday get married. Reaching this goal can seem far more difficult you feel constantly pressured to date and date often.
Whether it gives you sweaty palms or is a confidence booster for you, dating should be enjoyed. It should feel natural, not like something you are forced to do.
And if friendship is all you are looking for at the moment, that is nothing to worry about. After all, you should marry your best friend.