We've definitely all been there before. You know, "single and looking to mingle." And even though you may just be trying to be helpful—friendly, even—some of the things you say could be hurtful to single adult friends and family members. Especially when they're said at church.
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We noticed a lot of you had the same feelings, so we asked our single friends, Rosie Card and Steve Soelberg, to share with us what is good to say and what isn't to LDS single adults. And their hilarious yet thoughtful responses were something we just had to share with you.
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