(1)In placing a huge emphasis on the family and taking care of one another, it doesn’t seem surprising that there are approximately 7 million Mormons in the United States and it is the fastest growing religion in North America.
(2)In emphasizing family values and involving people in communities, non-Mormons can largely relate to these central aspects of Mormon beliefs.
The fact that Asperger’s is a relatively new diagnosis—it only made it into the DSM in 1994 and is being folded back into the autism spectrum in 2013—means that there are many adults out there who never had proper diagnoses as children.
As a bonus, you do not even need to register to try them :-). You can access these chat rooms from your regular mobile-phone itself! You however need to register in order to post your comment.And with single men apparently leaving at higher rates than single women, Mormons are left with a different kind of problem: a large cohort of single women in a church that upholds marriage as the godly ideal not just for this life, but also the next. Parshall, Laura Durham, Naomi Watkins and Chelsea Sue, pictured at right) were amazing, and they have fulfilling lives, careers, and families (because yes, you still have a family even when you’re not married with children). Last week, an excellent Trib Talk episode put four single Mormon women in conversation about being single in a married church. These women, and thousands like them, are only “screwed” if everyone in Mormondom keeps telling them . “single Mormon women are screwed,” as one friend put it.The older they get, author Jon Birger claims, the less likely they are to ever get married.