Dating in college seems so much more difficult, especially if you move away from your hometown. After talking to a few friends that are in college with me, the majority felt the same way I do.If you don't know anyone, the only way to get to know people is to put yourself out there. One said, much like me, she dated earlier as well and had her first serious relationships in high school, too. but rather than love and adventures as they should be.I think dating in high school could be difficult at times because of the things like curfews and rules could make it more difficult, but you did already know the background and family of the person as said previously so that made it easier.There were others that have clearly just had bad experiences because their responses were "JUST DON'T." Which I found hilarious, but also for some people it is true but it wasn't for me.Some people date casually, others date seriously for marriage. In the Darwinian world of high-school dating, freshman girls and senior boys have the highest chances of successfully partnering up. And they have found that for the most part, they're accurate.Throw a relationship into the mix and it becomes just that more challenging.Either way you chose, there is no wrong time to date.
Here are some realities about dating in college vs. Dating in College: Those holidays really aren’t that big of a deal. After all, you went to college to get a degree and become a #bosslady—not to just get your “MRS.” 9.In high school, everyone already knows one another and their families but now it's hard to learn to trust people you don't know anything about. You have money to take one another out and have time to do so.I personally can't say it isn't possible to not find a serious relationship in college, but I have closed myself off since my breakup last year and now with only three semesters in college left, I don't think I will open up to anyone because of my past. You don't have rules to follow and when you have your own place you can make plans on your own terms.Dating in College: Guys tend to be pretty ma—nah, they’re still pretty immature.