Should freshman dating seniors
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For example: “Sorry, we’re busy the evening of the 22nd, but could you have us over the following Thursday? I’m trying to invite them for a specific event, not open a negotiation.
Assuming everything still works out between us, is it OK for a college girl to date a high school boy? I know things may change before fall, but I’m getting anxious about it now.
He has already said that he would still like to date me if I want to, so it’s basically up to me.
I felt cool and confident, so that's all that matters to me.
The biggest change I see is that my freshman year, I was really concerned with looking pretty enough, adult enough, skinny enough, etc.
I know college will be a chance for me to meet new people and I don’t want to limit my chances, but if I’m still interested in dating him, would it be “proper”?
I was already hesitant about dating him because he was younger, although I knew if the situation was reversed it wouldn’t be a problem.
Because the choice is yours, I suggest you just let this play out.
I had a face full of makeup and the picture quality was great, so I liked my photo very much.
The biggest difference that I see between the two photos, besides physical features, would be a change in mindset.
I began thinking about how to survive out in the real world in college." "I hated the photos at the time.
I remember retakes for my freshman year photos were the day before I got my braces off so I'd have braces in my photo regardless, so I didn't bother to retake them.
For my senior portrait, I liked it enough to choose it out of a bunch of pictures that were taken, but I wasn't crazy about how my hair looked.""I thought both photos looked great at the time.