I've heard it's hard to find someone once you graduate, and I know so many people who are dating or married. Very few single people under the age of 20. So is college pretty much my last shot?
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No, I never went to college with any expectation of finding "the one." Most people I know aren't in serious relationships and aren't freaking out about never getting married. Most people I know have no desire to be married anytime soon either. I'm not expecting to settle down with someone and get married for another 5 or 6 years and I honestly always figured if I met someone it'd be in grad school. I figure by then our goals would be similar, if we aren't financially stable we would hopefully be soon after graduating, and by then we'd both be done going out all the time and ready to settle down. I have a friend that's getting married in decemeber but she's always been the type to stay at home more than go out and she's always taken really good care of her boyfriends (guys who were like her and liked to have a good time but never really felt the need to go out all the time). If I graduate single, which I probably would, I'm not gonna hit the panic button and start putting a profile up on every online dating site there is.1