Dating highschool bad
Yes, I still learned things about myself throughout the relationship, but I already had a good idea of who I was.A lot of high schoolers don't have that same luxury (there's not a problem with that, by the way) so dating is a time to "test the water" so to speak. It gives you experiences and chances to find out which type of person you get along best with and which ones you shouldn't go near.He even would let me sit at his desk and go through his personal computer.We shared so much in common, and connected mostly through our mutual love for music.It's awkward, and you're fumbling, and most of the time you dont' know the right thing to say or do.But for that one (or few) moments when you get it right--when her face lights up with that smile, or when he surprises you with flowers on your two month anniversary, because it's special to you guys if not to the rest of the world--it's a perfectly imperfect part of life that you'll probably remember for a long time.He would recommend bands for me to listen to, and I would give him feedback if I liked them or not.By the end of my junior year, staying after with him until dark was an everyday occurrence.
You're learning how to drive and you're finally understanding that the boys and girls you've grown up with are in fact multi-faceted creatures, with the same hopes and dreams that you have. Like what do you gain and this is a question for both male and female (gals and guys) and answer this question by putting "true love aside" meaning relationships in which both sides are not truely in love like the guy and girl love each other or like each other etc.... And if you don't wanna date in high school that's fine too, you don't have to.