Like I understand there's more freedom and less pressure from parents and such, but as someone who is going to be a college freshman in almost two weeks and has already met someone that I'd want to date, I want to know if the interactions from asking her out to the first date to the relationship over time are different from high school dating? Also are college girls more open to long term exclusive relationships? I'm only asking cause in my high school it seems like everyone is more interested in hooking up than real relationships.
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Honestly, depending where you go, it can be frustrating trying to find someone to date seriously. It's the first taste of actual freedom people get, and they'll of course take advantage of that. I was a college freshman last year, and I learned quickly that almost everyone on my campus preferred hookups to actual dating. Many people won't be up for a long-term exclusive relationship. A guy I was texting the other day actually told me I might as well get married since I'm not into casual flings and such. It sucks.
But it's definitely not everyone. If she's serious about dating you, I think you should go ahead and give it a try! It can't hurt.1
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