When you're in school, you more often than not end up hooking up with one of your pals, and either it turns into something serious or you enter a friends-with-benefits situation. Post-college courtship can be weird — but it's not all bad I promise. Follow these 21 guidelines to master the D word and make the most of your real-world romantic life.
The college years are often one of the most exciting periods in life. The teenage years are coming to a close, and adulthood is just around the corner. Most youths have just gained freedom from strict monitoring of their social lives in high school and previous grades.
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Welcome to the world of college dating! This can be an exciting, confusing, scary place and time, especially when your only dating experience, if any, has been with relationships in high school. Sure there are some differences, but as long as you know how to approach them, you can form long lasting, close relationships as friends and significant others over the next few years. Luckily for us, this is college now.
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There are so many aspects of your life that change when you make the transition from high school to college. Dating in high school and in college are two vastly different experiences. Going off to college comes with newfound freedom.
It goes a little something like this: Girls are like apples and boys are like the apple pickers. Well, I used to think that metaphor was somewhat accurate. And not just boys, for that matter, everyone has stopped casually dating.
Being single in your 20s is hard. I should know — I spent almost all of my 20s flying solo. I went through casual dating, friends with benefits situations, and just not dating at all. Basically, I was every kind of single out there.
Juniors Marigny Strauss left and Trent Martensen sit next to each other inside of the local coffee spot, Tama Tea, as they portray the awkwardness of asking another person on the first date. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes for the error. Fate had a different plan.