Dating highschool college
Not only that – there’s not a single parent living in your whole dorm building.
The closest thing you all have to a supervising adult is your RA, who’s probably only 21-years-old.
Where the academics and “experience” come first and our—now long-distance—high school sweeties, dragged onto a whole new playing field, almost come second.
Why is it that, in college, we watch so many of our friends dump, get dumped, cheat and get cheated on?
Students still with their significant other were to list struggles they have faced and how they’ve overcome those struggles as a couple.
The final question on the survey was what advice they would give to students coming into college in a previous relationship.
The participants were from an English 101 class, a Communications 101 class and a handful of random students on campus.
The specifics were almost irrelevant, because all echoed an identical sentiment: “If I had only known then what I know now.” News flash: You will feel this way in four years no matter what you do.
The question is, how much will you suffer in the meantime? And why does it almost always happen our freshman year in college?To find out why these types of breakup occur so often, I conducted a survey on campus during a week and a half in early December.In total 40 students responded, 25 of whom were male and 15 female.