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.
The dating app Hinge has figured out which universities are the "most desirable." Like the similar dating app Tinder, Hinge
1. The Roommate 3. The Unintelligible Professor 2. The RA There’s no way to guarantee that you and your new roomie will click
These days, sexual anarchy means making your own rules and sticking to them if you are to survive the emotional battleground. The sun is setting on casual sex. Believe in real love for how it makes you feel. It's here, now.
After college, things don't necessarily improve. Armstrong said: "The pressures these young women encounter make it very
Friendships are important. The last person I want to be (and I hope you feel the same way) is the girl that ignores her friends the entire time she has a boyfriend and then goes running back to them the moment the relationship falls apart.
Forever, people have said, "everybody needs somebody" or "there's a somebody for everybody" Perhaps these over applied clichés carry a certain amount of truth.
One of the best parts of attending a new school is the myriad of romantic possibilities. You're at college with thousands
The ideal model for a relationship has nearly vanished. Things seem like they're harder now than they had been in years passed.
It was the night before Valentine's Day during my freshman year of college and I lay in my dorm room watching the clock. With every breath I took, my heart sank deeper. He should be back by now.