I'm 16 and I really like this girl that works where I work. We work in different areas so I've never talked to her. I think she seem cool and she's really pretty. The thing is, she doesn't go to my school. I don't know what school she goes to. Would you date a guy that doesn't go to your school. You would only see him maybe once a week or about every 10ish days. Would it be difficult? Would you eventually forget about him since you're around other guys? Thanks
I did it with my boyfriend :) We went to secondary school together (so met at 11, stayed in education together til 16) and then we went to different colleges. We'd been dating about 6 months-ish before we went to separate schools. It was hard seeing each other so rarely, especially after we'd seen each other 5 days a week for 5 years previously, but we managed it and we're still together so I think that it's possible.
My First Love and I went to Separate Schools, and Thank God my Parents and His were Friends where we Got to see See maybe not A lot of One another, but for 3 years, we made it Work. You have the Advantage of me here, dear, where you Actually Work in the same place. Begin your own Beguine of Talking to her so She and You can be at least Friends to start. Feel this out First. No, in your own situation, you can be Team mates, which is perhaps Better than going to School and being School mates. Being in the same 'Areas' is not always the Best from the Rest. Good luck. xx
Yeah. I have a boyfriend who is in a different city. We see each other every other week, sometimes more if we have time. I think our relationship is good. I do miss him a lot, but that's made up in frequent text messages.
I dated a guy who went to a different high school then me. Yes, we only saw each other on weekends during term times, but we saw each other nearly every day during school holidays and we spoke to each other every day. And it was amazing, because even though we kept talking to each other, we had a great chemistry every time we saw each other. ^_^
I personally think dating a guy in another school is a better idea. You get to cherish more of the time you get to spend with him and you make things more worth while. As long as you're both truly willing to work it out and commit to each other then other guys/girls shouldn't be a problem :)