John bytheway talks on dating

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"Don't get too discouraged," John counsels, and he goes on to offer plenty of sound advice on "getting joyfully through these in-between years."You'll learn to stop focusing on things you can't control, to play the dating game in such a way that you'll have no regrets later, to express affection appropriately, to recognize when someone might be the "right one" for you--and when that someone might not be.Trying to find the right companion, struggling with the dating game, or even thinks about marriage, John Bytheway knows how to fight the good fight.“If you’re going to clarify your expectations you are going to have to talk to each other,” he said.

OK, so was was browsing through some of my old books and found this one from my single days. Yes, it is quite a cheesy-EFY/youth counference speaker type, but when I skimmed through it again, I realized that it has some REALLY good, just basic single/dating/social life info that everybody should know- but doesn't.

In his book What I Wish I'd Known When I Was Single, Bytheway teaches readers to see past the game and look for what is important in an eternal spouse.

This well-known motivational speaker for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and author of LDS youth books such as What I Wish I'd Known When I Was in High School and Dating 911 uses his e Trying to find the right companion, struggling with the dating game, or even thinks about marriage, John Bytheway knows how to fight the good fight.

This well-known motivational speaker for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and author of LDS youth books such as What I Wish I'd Known When I Was in High School and Dating 911 uses his extensive knowledge of gospel doctrine and personal experiences to put common marriage phobias to rest.

Bytheway communicates with singles after spending the years following his LDS mission in search of an eternal companion.

Otherwise, I think as people get older they figure a lot of this stuff out on their own, so it becomes a bit redundant. I believe the book is focused on young young-adults, like those who have just graduated from high school.

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