college relationships

This text message, allegedly sent from a guy who is laying down rules while his girlfriend is away at college, went viral
I decided to start my love life over a year ago when I suspected things with my first serious boyfriend in college were not just normal, fixable problems but actual emotional abuse that needed to end immediately.
Unwanted or not, there they are. Your ex has re-­entered your life - on your phone, right next to you. Maybe they're a past hook‐up or perhaps they are your long-­lost high school sweetheart. Whatever the case may be, the relationship ended for a reason. But now, here they are again.
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I began to appreciate that I didn't really know Perfect Paul. Yet I had handed over to him tremendous power -- the power to make me feel powerless. I had reduced myself to an article of merchandise and, in turn, him as well.
I catch my breath. And touch my hand to my mouth, remembering suddenly a certain someone from my past. I think all at once, in a surprising rush of reverie, that his eyes were amethyst, that he was smart and sometimes sweet.
College fairs are unique opportunities for you to meet college admissions people face to face and begin the process of showing colleges your "demonstrated interest."
Caitlin Corsetti, an Editorial Assistant at Gurl.com, joins HuffPost Live to discuss why she regrets having a boyfriend in college.
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