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About 2,500 women applied through a form online, including Kady Nettik, a student at Idaho State University who read about the ads on Facebook. These reasons and others led Erin Schurtz, who works at a matchmaking company for members of the church, to organize this live dating event for one of her clients. She also signed a nondisclosure agreement, the terms of which included protecting the bachelor’s identity.
“I’m dating around, and the dating apps aren’t helping,” Ms. “All my friends are married or have kids, unless they’re studying to be doctors.” The pressure to find a husband or wife for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints can be intense, Ms. The importance of marriage is emphasized from an early age, and single members of the church have traditionally attended separate congregations called “singles wards,” which are divided by age groups. Part of the challenge is finding people who are like-minded, or at least open-minded. Nettik is willing to date outside of the church (and considers her involvement to be on the less active side), but she encounters a lot of men who have a strong reaction when she brings up her faith. It was not her first foray into dating games: In 2010, she created a You Tube series called “The Mormon Bachelorette” with a close friend, to help the friend find a husband. But dating in Utah raises an opposite issue: “It becomes the problem of the grass is always greener; it becomes too much.”Though “too much” might seem like an enviable problem, it can complicate decision-making for people who are looking to find a partner not just for life, but for ever. (In sharing details from the event, she said, she adhered to those terms.)At the dinner, Ms.
The series continued after her friend got married and ran for five seasons. “We believe it’s for eternity, not just for this life,” Ms. “It can cause a lot of anxiety for a lot of people. Nettik bonded with the other attendees, many of whom she said were around her age — quite a bit younger than the bachelor, who the matchmaking company said is between 35 and 45 years old. By the time it got to me, it felt routine.” She said the bachelor asked her about what she likes to do, whether she has a big family, and “something about animals.”In the end, Ms.
“If you move away from the mecca — Salt Lake City and Provo — it makes it difficult to find someone because there are less people who are L. During the event, he hid behind a white sheet while people who knew him described his accomplishments. Nettik said, the bachelor presented a Power Point outlining his reasons for being there. Nettik did not want to go on a follow-up date, saying that though she found the bachelor “nice and funny,” she did not feel a spark and thought the age difference would be a problem.
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