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“Someone said to me once, ‘Maybe you’ll be able to marry an apostle when his wife dies when you get older.’ I hate getting compared to older single women in the church. Taylor Church, a 28-year-old from Utah, decided to put his heartaches and dating experience down on paper in a book titled “I’m Trying Here: A Memoir of Love, Loss, and Misadventure.” In his book, he talks about the last five to six years of his life being single.While most books on the topic of dating give tips, Church simply wanted to tell his story to reach people who can relate to his experience.Oates is now engaged, and he said before that his approach was to date as many people as he could at once. “I equate it to a little boy putting 10 different kinds of candy in his mouth at the same time and then trying to figure out which was his favorite.” UVU graduate Greg Vandagriff, 30, said his approach is to pick two or three girls outside his ward and to date them simultaneously.“This can prevent you from being too clingy and invested while shielding you from blowback of ward drama,” he said.Those who choose to look on the bright side may find the difficult wait and heartache also comes with advantages, as maturity and life experiences can play in their favor.“You can afford to go on nicer dates,” Vandagriff said. Some LDS single adults in their late 20s and 30s believe the dating game is outdated, while others use their experience to meet others weekly.(@Dating FLL/Twitter) Dating in the LDS young adult world can be like a real “Holy Grail” quest.
Zack Oates, a 29-year-old BYU graduate who has published over 150,000 words on dating in his blog, firmly believes in his “three points rule” when it comes to pursuing another in the dating sphere.The book is available on Amazon and at Pioneer Bookstore on Center Street in Provo.When asked about his opinion on the dating scene in Utah and his experience, Church said Utah is a perfect example of the paradox of choice.“You don’t have to worry about school and can afford more interesting experiences that are more memorable than going to the tumbling gym or Comedy Sportz for the 94th time,” he said.Oates said people are a lot more open and honest as they get older.