Carrying out a relationship during college is no longer a fairytale romance right out of "Love Story." With endless classes, exams and managing a new environment away from home, fitting a love life into your college schedule is the last thing on your mind.
Relationships in college usually are equal parts giving and taking, but the key to a happy and healthy love life in your college years is to truly define what you want out of love!
By Rachael Smith, Student at Radford University It’s no secret that things have changed since the 1950s. That is just the way of life — trends evolve and people evolve with them. However, those of us who commonly daydream catch ourselves wondering how life may have been different for us if we had lived in
By Guest Blogger Rachel Khona So you’re going to graduate and take on the world? You’ve got a great career ahead of you but you also want to focus on meeting the right guy. While it’s easy to fall head over heels in love when you meet the right guy, it’s important to maintain your
By Kelly Leslie, Student at San Francisco State University Moving away to school means adapting to an entirely new world. Along with college comes a new location, new schedule, new friends and what almost every girl is unsure about at one point in her life … new boys. So when it comes to dating in
Going to college with a boyfriend. Some people would say, “High school sweethearts? That’s adorable,” while others might say, “Break up, don’t let him hold you back, you’re in college now!” The transition from high school to college can be anything but easy. New city, new friends- practically a new life. So how do you
Dating on the job: It comes with so many questions, and definitely so many little answers. Can I let my co-workers know? Can I let my boss know? What if it is my boss? Can I have PDA in the office? And worst of all, what happens if we break up? Inter-work relationships can end
A fan of committed relationships, I have barely been single since I first set foot in high school hallways. However, I did watch my friends engage in many single-gal-only escapades, like casually dating three guys at once and kissing at least three others on any given night out. But there was always one part of
“Mike, I have formed this unfortunate trend with men. Throughout high school and college, when a guy is no longer interested in me he just starts ignoring me. In some cases, I have even given him ample opportunity to bring up a problem by asking “is everything OK?” Basically, I could tell something was wrong
Mike, I really need a guy’s perspective on this. My boyfriend “John” and I went out for two years while we were in high school, and broke up a few weeks before we graduated. We now both go to different colleges–I stayed close to home, he went to a school a few states away. Here’s
Many attractive college guys are fun-loving jokesters, athletic jocks, or ambitious future CEOs. Others are goofballs, former-best-friend crushes or maybe closet nerds. However, most have one fatal flaw: Immaturity. It’s been proven that girls mature much faster than their male counterparts. While you may learn to tolerate the difference in maturity in middle school (the