Just like there might be things you're not telling him about your life, he could be hiding stuff too.
What if that hot econ major has anger issues or a closet cocaine addiction?
Meet guys and have fun, but stick with your friends at parties so you can watch out for one another. truth #2: things get way more intense"I told this guy everything about me, so when he broke up with me a month later, it hurt that much worse."Relationships move faster in college, physically and emotionally.
Basically, three months of college dating (where you can have breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night pizza with a guy if you want) is like a year of high school dating (when you're living with your parents' restrictions).
New college couples tend to rush from the getting-to-know-you stage to the practically-living-together one. And the more intense it gets, the more it hurts when it ends.
But with close living quarters, no parents, and stressful classes, things get intense, and college has its own soap operas.
With so many different types of guys around, it's tempting to sample them all! Hookups can be fun, but a lot of times they're mini bombs that explode in one of two ways: into a relationship (rare!
), or into misunderstanding, hurt, or just thin air.
The new guys seemed so cute, and your love life seemed so full of possibilities.
But soon you knew all their names, who was cool, and who was weird.
At the typical beer-soaked party (even if you're sober), you can't always tell which guys want a one-night thing and which ones truly like you.
If you've been drinking, there's not always a trusted friend there to stop you from going too far with a guy you just met.