[Read: 6 big reasons why it’s almost impossible to stay with your high school sweetheart] #4 Don’t take it too seriously. At least until you’re very sure about what you want with your life and with the person you want to commit to.Remember to have fun, with or without the person you’re dating. If there’s one time to enjoy dating, it’s during college when you’re young and much of the responsibilities of life are still ahead of you. While college dating can be all fun and games and beer pongs, be careful of the people you hook up with.
[Read: Casual dating: 15 reasons why it’s the best thing ever] #9 Grab on to opportunities.
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22- year old guys might as well be pond scum when dating outside of college because they are not established yet. I actually have quite the progress with this other girl I'm talking with, who's a couple of months older than me. I agree that go where the heart is, but when its that stage of life.... but there's a big difference between a 16 or 17 year old and a 20 year old. There is no way in my books that a man should be hanging around a child of 15 or 16 or even 18.just is not right to take advantage of an inexperienced, naive gal.
But when a guy is 25, girls want them more because they are settled in a career and have money. But once he turns 30, he has 10 years of girls he can date. Just be aware of high school distractions like prom and all that stuff because she should enjoy that too. I was just curious what everyone's outlook is on it at that age its really iffy. there's a big difference between a 16 year old and an 18 year old! Stick with the gals your own age as there are lots of dads willing to tear apart any man coming near their baby's..could wind up in jail or the local hospital.