For Mormons, marriage in a Mormon temple is among the most important decisions in their life and they should be careful not to date those who do not wish for a Temple marriage.
It is unwise to make any sort of commitment to a relationship just before a Mormon mission. It is important to let others your age know that you are available.
Mormons believe that in order to live in accordance with the will of the Lord we must control our thoughts and actions, obey the commandments of God, and pray often.
Mormons no longer practice polygamy, but if his first wife dies, a man can be married to second woman in a Mormon temple.
Mormons do not believe their leaders are perfect; only Jesus Christ is perfect. Thus Mormon Church leaders and even prophets make mistakes, but we are to respect their office and listen to them.
Mormons are commanded by God to control all their passions and appetites within their proper boundaries. Bodily appetites and lusts can lead to addiction and keep us from God’s spirit.
Art inspires and uplifts the spirit, whereas pornography degrades and arouses sexual excitement. The pure in heart see things as pure, while impure will see all things as pornographic.
If a Mormon marries a non-Mormon or gets married outside of a Mormon temple, the marriage will end at death. A marriage between two Mormons in a Mormon temple may endure for eternity.
Sometimes in the Mormon Church, members can pass on unkind gossip. We must learn to be patient, and forgiving as the Mormon prophets have taught.
Real beauty in not in the appearance of the skin but in the radiance of the soul. Self worth and self esteem are more important and if you have them, people will see your inner beauty.