LDS Girls Who Know Who They Are - Know What They Want and Know How To Get It!





LDS girls are different than most of their peers. LDS girls tend to make better choices than other girls in the world today. This is to me, what sets LDS girls apart from other young women.

LDS parents, from the earliest age possible, begin to teach their children about the power of making right choices. Making good choices results in positive consequences. Smart parents allow their children, age appropriate and according to what they have taught their children - to make their own choices and learn from the consequences in place.

I believe that it is this intense focus, of LDS parents - that LDS girls, in particular are much better than their peers in making good choices - even teenage LDS girls.

From a Mormon perspective, I credit the moral teachings of Jesus Christ, which when lived - result in greater happiness. LDS girls know who they are and learn to act accordingly. Not our of coercion, but out of love for Jesus Christ and a desire to be happy.

Come on over to Hubpages and read the entire article I have written on LDS Girls.

LDS Girls Who Know Who They Are - Know What They Want and Know How To Get It!


tDMg
LdsNana

2 comments:

  1. Hi Nana,
    LDS Girls are truly different in "happy ways" from other teens. I believe that their knowledge of who they are as daughters of God make it possible for them to "choose the right" even when others are not doing so.

    LDS young women are great examples to the world at large because they strive to live high standards and have great values.

    Wonderful Hub on Hubpages as well.

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  2. in the doghouse -

    I love that you emphasize "happy ways" as the results of making good choices, based on their knowledge of Jesus Christ.

    I love the faith that is required of LDS girls today, as they turn away from the popular trends of the world and choose instead to keep the commandments of God.

    LDS girls truly know who they are and because of this faith, they are blessed daily.

    tDMg
    LdsNana

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