They wanted to hook up with as many girls as possible, and didn't care about who they were hurting along the way. One failed relationship and many crushes later, I came to the realization that all of the guys I've ever been interested in have taught me important lessons about life and relationships.
Here are the five things no one ever told me about dating in college: In high school, everyone knows everything.
In college, “dating” is less defined – just watching TV might count as a relationship starter.
But the dating habits of college students can be cracked and tracked. It’ll be a little easier for guys to snag dates with a larger pool of women to choose from. A number of students have begun choosing abstinence over condoms.
Most importantly he is the sweetest guy I have ever met and the best boyfriend a girl could ask for.
Relationships are rarely kept secrets, and couples become obvious when pairs walk hand-in- hand down the hallway.
Since these relationships are publicly known, dating exclusively is never a question. Once I got to college, each guy I was into made it clear that we weren't exclusive.
When people think of college, parties, schoolwork and romance come to mind.
When I graduated from high school, I felt like I was finally in a place where I was ready to dedicate the time and commitment necessary to being in a relationship. After a few months into my first year of college, I started dating someone who I thought could really make me happy. I finally felt like I had met someone who actually understood me and cared for me. It turns out he was just like every guy I've met thus far in college: selfish and self-absorbed.