Sophomore dating a senior in college
Gross; how stupid does he think I am? Different kids, different circumstances I began dating my husband as a freshman and he was a senior. We both went off to different colleges and lived our own lives but kept in touch and got together when we could.
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We married 11 years later when we knew for sure we were on the same path in life. And I started school early so I was young for my grade. We've been happily married for 9 years now and are raising two little ladies. Karma may come back to bite us. What's the fuss anyway, as long as he's not a member of a gang or terrorist group?
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Originally Posted by NightRogue. Originally Posted by phonelady I would think you don't have to worry so much about hs romances and couples they usually don't last long as a senior in a year will be going off to college and meeting different people and most likely will not be interested in the one he or she left behind.
And the one left behind will most likely be interested in someone else soonafter. That is the natural order of things. Very few people meet the one they are going to marry in High school. Originally Posted by AnywhereElse. Some seniors will be 18 sometimes even older these days with a 15 year old partner. A senior should be looking to moving on from high school anyway.
Originally Posted by HomeIsWhere Well, you didn't really specify the ages of this hypothetical senior and sophomore, so it begs the question of how many years difference there is. Dating during underclassmen years proved to be a beautiful, exciting, and easy journey. But when you reach senior year of college, the relationships you start or consider starting require a lot more effort. If you truly love someone and have been with them for some time, then I can see how it would be slightly unrealistic to just break up and move on with your life.
As a senior in college anxious to finally graduate in summer with my B. I recently was in a situation with someone that I considered embarking on a relationship with. We spent almost every single day together, and in the midst of our time together, I came to a few conclusions regarding dating in your last year of college.
Yes, you may meet someone and be madly intrigued by them, but you also have to take into account what is going to happen after college ends. He has those aspirations but I just hope he isn't distracted by her all summer.
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I like the gal enough and my son is happy when she's around. But she'll be going off to college 3 hours away in August. I really don't like the idea of my 16 year old dating a college freshman. I hope she'll break up with him once she's away at school or before but from what I have been told, she is really smitten by him.
I'm a Sophomore (College), she's a Senior (High School)
I'm not one of those moms who says my kid can't have my girlfriend. I know that will backfire on me and he'll like her even more. It's just hard when he is so much younger than her he's mature for his age and I would hate to see him make a decision that he could really reget if you get my drift. BTW, he's my only child and I must admit, since we are close, this whole letting go thing isn't easy.
Just wondering if anyone else has experienced something similar and how you handled it! They're "so in love" and he gave her a promise ring and I just hope this kind of goes away. I can sense how you feel because I feel that way about my sister. My family instilled in me that love can wait and if it's love then what's the rush. They also said not to get deterred by anything or anyone and finish what I want.
I hope you can make your son understand the importance of his academics and athletics. I began dating the man who has now been my husband for 17 years when he was a sophomore and I was a senior. He was an all star athlete and I was the senior cheerleader.
We truly began very slowly and built our friendship. He's been my best friend ever since. We went to different colleges, as he went away to school to play basketball and baseball, and I went away to a state school two hours away. We were engaged after six years of dating and married the next. We have three wonderfull children and we're both teachers. You just never know. Sorry, It's not really advice Last edited by MrsPic; at My situation has its similarities.