The Mormon Church requires you to be married to reach glory in the next life. So what do you do if you're a single Mormon? Is there pressure to marry, and what do you do if you haven't found a mate yet or don't want to get married? How do you deal with sexual urges if you're supposed to remain celibate until marriage? And how do shifting societal standards (like women getting married later in life) change expectations and choices for those in the LDS Church? Are you Mormon? We want to hear from you.

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Marybeth Raynes, licensed clinical social worker and marriage therapist
Joanna Brooks, writer, Religion Dispatches and AskMormonGirl
Frances Johnson, writer

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