Dating advice for women in college

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Here are 20 truths about dating in college no one ever tells you. As of 2013, 28 percent of married couples met in college and 38.6 percent met through friends in common (which, according to this study, is the most common way people meet their future spouses). Sure, being single in college is great, but there’s nothing wrong with being more romantically oriented. You will almost definitely get caught having sex (or hooking up).

According to my late 20’s Facebook timeline, those two categories tend to venn diagram a lot, AKA people meeting in college through friends. You’re leaving out the potential guys coming to visit their high school besties and meeting other guys from nearby schools when you go out. Not everyone wants to be officially together with everyone they hook up with. Like I said, everyone experiences college in a different way. It happens at least once to almost every college student ever, so don’t feel too bad. You will also almost definitely walk in on someone having sex. Oh, and you might try to have sex while your roommate is in the room.

There are new rules, some of which are unspoken and not so obvious.Your social skills will also naturally improve as you interact with a lot of different women. That is, after all, your ultimate reason for being there.With such a wide variety of social activities, and a total lack of parental guidance, it’s easy to get distracted.Remember, you’re still a young adult with many emotions flying around, so there’s no use in playing games with people.Just be authentic, have fun and enjoy your full college experience, with all its academic and social aspects. When you start your college journey, don’t be in such a hurry to get serious.

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