If you’re a single gal like me, there are two words that you detest more than any other: Valentine’s Day. It comes around every year without fail (unfortunately), and every year I dread it like the plague. Even when I’ve been in relationships and “relationships” (definitely a difference between those ), I’m still not excited [ Read More ]
Here it comes again … that horrible holiday that strikes the fear in single college students nationwide. It’s a holiday filled with chocolates and roses and enough affection to make your stomach turn. We’re getting closer and closer to Valentine’s Day 2013, a day that many of us dread as soon as February rolls around. [ Read More ]
Before you read any of these do’s and don’ts there is one thing that I should tell you right now. Breaking up is hard to do and it really is a tough time in your life, especially if it is the end of your first serious relationship. You will experience a whole range of emotions [ Read More ]
While many try to stereotype your college years as your time to “explore” the relationship spectrum and “play the field,” that just doesn’t work for some people. For whatever reason, college students often feel the pressure to enjoy the single life and remain unattached, but it IS actually possible to have a serious relationship in [ Read More ]
Finding it difficult to keep the same mutual friends as your former significant other? Here’s a look at a real college life example and some tips on how to deal.
No one likes roommate issues and the ripple affects it causes. Here are some tips on how to re-build a happy and healthy relationship with your roomie.
“You couldn’t have met me at a worse time…” The above quote comes from a recent conversation from a “special man friend” of mine, as we discussed our impossibly busy schedules and undeniable attraction to one another. Yes, I am getting a little personal today. However, as tough as those nine words were to swallow, [ Read More ]
By now everyone has settled back into the hustle & bustle of the semester. You’ve figured out the quirks of your teachers, whether attendance is part of your grade, and you’ve also realized that you might need to switch your study group. All the essentials you need to have a successful semester have become apart [ Read More ]
This is a Guest Post Courtesy of Verizon Wireless Did you know one in three teens experience abuse in a dating relationship? Even scarier – more than two-thirds of them never report the abuse? Dating violence is a serious issue on college campuses, and something that hits home to many students. As Teen Dating Violence [ Read More ]