Senior year of college dating

Do you really want to jump into a codependent relationship right now? Up until this moment, your life has been spent living by the rules of teachers and parents and coaches.

Now is your chance to do whatever in the world your little heart desires without reporting back to anyone. Take some time to figure out what makes YOU happy, and do it.

But then we officially broke things off, and you know what happened? At first — I'm not going to lie — I was upset and a little lost on what to do on my own.

From hanging out and watching TV in each other's rooms to meeting in the dining hall for every meal, we spent more than enough time together.

Then, slowly but surely, things started fizzling out between us, and I started realizing I had invested literally no energy into making friends of my own.

Maybe you were just made for Greek life, so you can rush.

Maybe you were made to be an honor student, so you can hit the library.

I met someone at a party my third night of college.

We had our first kiss the night we met, and we were pretty inseparable for the next month or so.You know how everyone says you shouldn’t expect huge differences between senior boys in high school and freshmen in college?That they don’t undergo some magical metamorphosis in the summer sandwiched between graduation and orientation?A day doesn't go by that I'm not so incredibly happy it didn't work out between me and my potential freshman year boyfriend.Here are four reasons you shouldn't have a boyfriend freshman year of college, either: Maybe you're really into drama, so you can go to an improv club meeting.If you’ve seen , it’s analogous to how Dug, the talking dog, gives himself whiplash when he sees a squirrel. No matter how cool are the parties involved are, it’s awkward, difficult, and forced to attempt to smoosh your boyfriend into your existing circle.

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