Dating a high school girl in college
You've heard the basics about college dating: more types of guys, more freedom, and more mature relationships (hopefully).
But with close living quarters, no parents, and stressful classes, things get intense, and college has its own soap operas.
Being the older, wiser man is a power trip for him.
And that's all about , the said power trip he is getting off on should be overt.
Which is one of those things where, yeah, it happened, but asteroids also hit the Earth occasionally and we all still leave our houses without wearing full-body protective Plexiglass domes. He might be running from a bad relationship with a woman his age. It's great how you guys are on the same emotional level, right! It's the emotional version of going from breast buds to boobs!
If he had a nasty breakup with (or for older men, a nasty divorce from) someone in his demographic, there's a good shot that's why he's with you — someone who, ostensibly, can't hurt him. (Wrong.) He's in a different generation than you; he shouldn't be a decade behind emotionally.
However cool it makes you is exactly how lame it makes him.
And it doesn't mean you're weak or naïve— it just means that you value yourself. If he's married, he's not going to leave his wife for you. Let me rephrase that: It probably last, because as you get older, you'll change (which is normal and great so don't fight it! But the only way for that to happen is to let it end when it's supposed to. But soon you knew all their names, who was cool, and who was weird.And now you've dated everyone you wanted to, or you don't click with the guys at your school, or you're tired of the high school drama — and you can't wait for college.Basically, three months of college dating (where you can have breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night pizza with a guy if you want) is like a year of high school dating (when you're living with your parents' restrictions).New college couples tend to rush from the getting-to-know-you stage to the practically-living-together one. And the more intense it gets, the more it hurts when it ends.