Something scares you. These things might worry you, but something else makes your palms sweat and your pulse hit triple digits: asking someone out on a date. It makes the remaining friendship awkward at best, humiliating at worst. Revealing romantic feelings is a risky business. Many people find a way around the risk.
Dating vs. Hanging Out?
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If you thought things were over between Matt James and Heather Martin when she rolled away from The Bachelor in her white minivan, you might want to reconsider. As we speak, there are rumors circulating on the internet that Matt doesn't end up with one of his final three contestants — Michelle Young, Bri Springs, or Rachel Kirkconnell — and is instead dating Heather, Hannah Brown's friend who interrupted halfway through the season in hopes of finding love with the year-old commercial real estate broker. While this might sound far-fetched considering Matt didn't think twice about sending Heather home soon after her arrival, the people of the internet have managed to dig up some pretty compelling evidence. For example, despite getting no screen time on this week's Women Tell All special, fans discovered that the year-old influencer was actually sitting right next to Kit. On March 4, Heather seemingly confirmed that she was in attendance on her Instagram Stories when she shared a video comparing the back of her head IRL to the back of her head on the TV screen. So, what does Heather being at the tell-all have to do with her current relationship status and whether or not she's dating Matt? Well, nothing.
How To Distinguish Between Dating vs. Hanging Out
Your ultimate goal is to spend eternity with Heavenly Father, and in His kingdom we will live as eternal families. So the ultimate goal of dating is to find an eternal companion you can make and keep temple covenants with. These skills will be helpful in your social interactions and then later in courtship and marriage. It is good for young men and young women to learn to know and to appreciate one another.
The difference between dating and going out is in the levels of relationship. During the teenage and afterwards, members of opposite sex undergo different types of relationships that may or may not culminate in marriage. Attaining puberty leads to a renewed interest in the opposite sex and both boys and girls start to see members of the opposite sex more often than before when boys confine themselves to boys and girls to girl groups.