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-Recently Returned Missionary Dear RM, The best way to start dating is .

but I'll tell you now the best way to jump out of the airplane is not to linger at the door.

This is column is just one guy's opinion, and while he does his best to keep what he thinks, says and writes in-line with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, "Dear Bro Jo" is not an LDS Church website.

(And Sister Jo thinks you should know that he's sometimes wrong, and often way too opinionated for his own good.) Dear Bro Jo, I just got off my mission 2 weeks ago and I want to get back into the dating scene again but I feel a little nervous about going out with girls again (I still have the missionary mentality here by the way).

Every missionary has an exit interview with their mission president.

It would be safe to say that dating and marriage is one of the topics discussed in every one of these interviews.

We react to the freedom of not having to respond to rules.

Our lifestyle becomes a series of indulgences, to some degree, in those things we could not do during our missions. One gluts himself with ‘worldliness.’” But this indulgence backfires because, as Elder Featherstone suggested, returned missionaries may find themselves more spiritually sensitized than before their missions.1977) The weeks and months of adjustment after the two-year mission ends are critical in the success of one’s continued mission.“I can honestly say it was the hardest transition I’ve ever had to make,” says one returned missionary.He just launched his first book for RMs, called ​Live Your Mission: 21 Powerful Principles to Discover Your Life Mission after Your Mission, which is the first book in the L​ive My Gospel​ book series. He is a regular contributor to Meridian Magazine and has been featured on the blog as well as LDS Living and Deseret News. At first he had been lost without a companion and the daily routine of missionary work, but in the last two or three days there had been moments when he had to think about his mission to remember it, as if it were possible to forget the whole two years. At first he had thought that everything and everyone … One’s mission is over when the stake president extends an official release. Kimball, missionaries should have the understanding that their mission “is not a two-year mission; it is an eternal mission.If missionaries maintain the same standards where applicable, they wouldn’t find the conflicts they do in ‘adjusting.’ That advice was good; at least it worked fine for me.” Some returned missionaries and mission presidents identify these key elements in a successful transition: As the returned missionary relaxes from his rigorous mission schedule, he may be tempted to discontinue habits—prayer, meditation, scripture study—that are essential to his spirituality.

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