Dating tips for college students
I took advantage of these learning opportunities before I met my partner.”Siegel adds, “I also broke up with my high school boyfriend before I went to college and it was a good choice on my part.
I started fresh and I highly recommend coming to college single.
“I wish I’d known to only date someone who prioritized my grad school education as much as I did,” says Chancey.
“There were times when [my partner] forced me to choose between my studies and social outings or household chores, even though I was in school full-time and working a part-time job.”A recent law school graduate, Haley, adds, “I wish I knew you needed to be on the same page, especially because career goals change.
A week or two into my freshman year of college, I joined a campus scavenger hunt and ended up in a group with a sophomore boy who stuck near me the whole time.
There are a lot of things I wish I’d known about dating in college — how to recognize when people were into me, how to be brave enough to ask out the people I was interested in, and how to spend time alone with a date when you share a dorm room.Wait and see what happens when you get there, because you truly never know.”“I wish I had known that I shouldn’t water myself down for my significant other,” says Val.