Dating & Marriage

Wedding Wednesday: Meet Bryn

Wedding Wednesday: Meet Bryn

My name is Bryn Adams. I am currently a junior at BYU, and…I just got ENGAGED!   While being engaged has probably been one of the most exciting times in my life, it has also been the most stressful. Being a full-time student and planning […]

It’s all Greek to me: Dating a Foreigner

It’s all Greek to me: Dating a Foreigner

Whether you’ve just begun a steady relationship or you’ve been married for a while, being in a relationship with a person from a different country can be a journey. When I started dating my Canadian husband you can bet your bottom “loonie”* that we learned […]

“Let No Man Put Asunder”: A Marriage Promise

“Let No Man Put Asunder”: A Marriage Promise

By Jerrick Robbins My sister recently bought a new cell phone. It has all the speed, all the data, and all the memory a person could want. Her brand-new technology puts my one-year-old technology to shame. In fact, it might as well own my phone. […]

“Marriage Is Hard”: A Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

“Marriage Is Hard”: A Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

by Rachel Nielsen The article “3 Things I Wish I Knew Before We Got Married” by Tyler Ward has been travelling through the interwebs lately. Boasting over 73,600 likes on Facebook, its appeal comes from the author’s honesty about the difficulties in marriage and his […]

In the Community: Valentine Dinner Theater

In the Community: Valentine Dinner Theater

by Brittney Thompson If you live in Provo, then you know it can be near impossible to come up with fun and creative dates in the middle of a deep, Wasatch winter. That is why I was so excited when I discovered a little Valentine […]

What I Wish I Would Have Known (Part 2): Kids

What I Wish I Would Have Known (Part 2): Kids

by Alissa Holm We all have our own “What if’s” and “I wish’s” about past phases of life. In an attempt to learn from the past, I’ve come up with a series of blog posts based on this idea: Learning from other’s past experiences to […]

What I Wish I Would Have Known (Part One): Marriage

What I Wish I Would Have Known (Part One): Marriage

by Alissa Holm The experience of marrying another person is likely the biggest transition a person will ever make in their life. Each person goes into a marriage with their own set of values, beliefs, traditions, experiences, and testimony, and is expected to join with […]

Five Ways To Eat Healthier in College

Five Ways To Eat Healthier in College

by Amanda Ricks Eating healthy while in college can be a daunting task. Fast food restaurants, particularly ones with a dollar menu, are cheap and easily accessible, and this convenience can sometimes outweigh the negative consequences of eating foods that have been fried, saturated, or […]

Extra! Extra!: BYU Professor Reveals Results of Provo Dating Study

Extra! Extra!: BYU Professor Reveals Results of Provo Dating Study

by Erin Jones Provo, Utah, is known for its obsession about dating matters, and for good reason. When you stick a group of thousands of Latter-day Saint (Mormon) young adults together who are all trying to get married, you can expect to hear about dating. […]

What Does It Take to Make a Family

What Does It Take to Make a Family

by Kaylyn Johnston Family. Defined by the dictionary as, “a basic social unit consisting of parents and their children, considered as a group, whether dwelling together or not.” This definition, however, does little to reflect just what family really means to an individual. Aren’t families […]