Dating a high schooler while in college

15 Oct

"I think staying together in college is doable when you're in a relationship and completely in love.If you're just in the relationship so that you're not alone and you have someone to go prom with, going to college is perhaps the perfect excuse to break up."Schedule specific times to discuss your relationship."Have dedicated times this summer when you sit down and talk about college," says Simmons.If there is one thing worse than a hipster guy with an ironic mustache, it is the less talked about subculture of the “artboy.” Ladies, without us even realizing, this sad Art Boy has conned his way into our hearts by portraying himself as a so-called Renaissance man when he’s really a wolf in sheep’s When you’re young and in love, there’s nothing that can stop you from fooling around — even the fact that second period is gonna start in five minutes.Hooking up at school is a rite of passage, and something that gets endlessly romanticized in television shows and movies. Because they have a weird thing for liking and commenting on Look, when it comes to marriage, I’m not here to discourage anybody shelling out thousands of dollars on a white dress they’ll only wear once, but let’s just talk about the elephant in the room: sex.First off, you’ve completely limited yourself from forming a romantic relationship with someone new, who didn’t know you in high school, and who could see you for the person you’ve become, and not necessarily the person you were.Having a significant other who got to know you, and was there for you all throughout high school is comforting and all, but you will most likely change a lot within these next four years.Should you try to make a long-distance relationship work? "When you're caught up by the emotions of leaving, it's easy to make promises to make the other person feel better.Ask yourself how you feel when imagining being monogamous at college with someone who's not there.

If, on the other hand, you don't talk about what's coming, it's going to hit you like a brick wall.

When you imagine yourself being in an open relationship, how does that feel?

Listen to that."Consider the seriousness of your relationship."Everything depends on the depth of the relationship," says Jen Kirsch, a freelance .

These are truisms known to anyone who has watched 10 minutes of a teen movie or spent 10 minutes in a high school cafeteria.

So are some other old prom-era chestnuts: Teen boys are primarily—obsessively?