Marriage: The Race We Should Stop Running

Having a family is essential to Heavenly Father’s plan for His children’s happiness. Because of this, young single adults are wise to make finding a spouse a goal in their lives. But when does “find a spouse” become a goal that we’re pursuing with just a little (or a lot) too much vigor?

My advice? Chill the flip out. 

* You’re not supposed to meet your spouse and know instantly that they will be your husband/wife – marriages are made, not found.\

* You’re not supposed to think that someone is perfect from the second you start dating them until the second you don’t die because we all live for eternity – everyone is imperfect, and all relationships are too.

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