MR says: Want to learn how you can virtually eliminate fear from your dating life? Check out these tips and insights from a BYU professor.
Michael Goodman, a BYU religion professor, told his Education Week group on Thursday afternoon that he was confident that he could eliminate 90 to 95 percent of all fear around selecting a potential mate.
Goodman said to the group congregated on Thursday of BYU’s Education week that traits of desirable mates should be split into two categories: personality traits and character traits. . . . The character traits that are decidedly good are based on eternal principles of the gospel. Goodman then cited a list of character trait “essentials” that Elder Richard G. Scott presented in the April 1999 Annual General Conference.