College senior dating freshman
I met someone at a party my third night of college.
We had our first kiss the night we met, and we were pretty inseparable for the next month or so.
It's your first chance to really do whatever you want without having to report back to anyone.
It's your first taste of pure, unadulterated FREEDOM.
Maybe you were just made for Greek life, so you can rush.
Maybe you were made to be an honor student, so you can hit the library.
You should spend it wisely, and not all with one person.
But then, I started making friends with people because I liked them.
Any parties I knew about were parties he knew about, too. We had paved a (short-lived) life for ourselves in college that revolved around us as a couple, not as individuals.
I was sad things didn't work out between us at the time, mostly because I was so scared of how I would go about navigating college without him.
A day doesn't go by that I'm not so incredibly happy it didn't work out between me and my potential freshman year boyfriend.
Here are four reasons you shouldn't have a boyfriend freshman year of college, either: Maybe you're really into drama, so you can go to an improv club meeting.