It seems as though every teenager in today's age is always looking for love. As a senior in a public high school, and as a person that has spent almost 12 years of my life in the public school system, I can confidently make that statement. Not everyone is looking, but 99 percent of kids are.
So, this may start some controversy, but I'm intrigued by what other people's response to this question is sorry if it's a double post. First off, I'm going to say that I am not planning on making any moves or anything by asking this question and seeing the responses, because I'm uneasy about age differences. I'm simply just curious as to what you guys think.
Sign up or log in to manage your notifications. Walking up to the podium to accept your diploma, you imagine your life next year — freedom from your parents, beautiful collegiate campuses, joining a sorority. Graduating from high school can be bittersweet too, especially when it comes to your high school boyfriend.
I dated someone who was a high school dropout as an adult, he ended up becoming a musician and a cook and came from a family with a history of neglect, drug abuse, and extreme poverty. He was pretty self-educated though, as he read a lot of pretty high-level books and was happy to discuss philosophy and history with me. The relationship actually ended up being very interesting and enriching.
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May edited May in College Life. Highschool senior currently dating a sophomore and going off to college next year college is about 3 hrs away, and no car. How hard is it, and any advice?
Age is just a number right? The older you get, the less age matters, but for the late high school-college crowd, age can definitely make or break a relationship. If your significant other is still in high school when you go off to college, you need to realize that you will be experiencing a whole new world, while they are still in the familiar.
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I'll never forget when my good friend Oliver decided to change the focus his dating life. Like most of my something friends from high school now living in the big city, he was enjoying the multitude of opportunities to date—and sleep with— strangers. But the lack of connection was starting to wear on him, and he was certain he knew why.
When I came to university in September of I had only started dating my boyfriend four months earlier. Originally from Vaughan, the two of us spent the summer together. But, as it happens, summer flew by and by the time I was supposed to leave, I genuinely cared for a person who I would have to leave behind.