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29-Jan-2017 00:18

Michelle Lu, a junior at Pepperdine University, finds the commitment conflicts true: “Everyone is in a different place in life, so it's hard to date as a freshman.” If you’re anxious to date someone, especially when you’re so early in your college career, be sure you note that everyone has a busy schedule.

If someone you’re dating isn’t able to devote time to you sometimes, don’t take it personally!

Many women are torn between conforming to what appears to be the “social norm” of “hookup culture” and not appearing promiscuous to others.

However, now she's free to live the single life and flirt guiltlessly (and has no regrets about that either)! Nor do they regret that time or wish they had been single.My friend who is still dating her boyfriend is just as happy as the day she entered college and loves the person she is with.We joke that they'll be married one day, though she doesn't like to think that far in advance.That way, when you are in a relationship you're not totally dependent on someone else taking care of you, and you know how to carry on if the relationship does end, which it very well might.



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