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Many of us have ended up feeling awful as a result of a college relationship, but never feel afraid to confide, get guidance, and treat yo'self!
So i went on a date with my crush, first date ever btw, so i'm not sure how to deal with the aftermath.
How do I transition my relationship away from just having sex all the time?
– Slow Down Dear Slow Down: You’re having sex; this means you should be able to talk about anything. religion, politics, bad breathe, body odor, birth control, pants that are too tight, and sex that happens too fast. Have this conversation while sober, during daylight hours (or before it gets too late). Make this about you and your feelings, not him or what he’s doing wrong.
I don’t want to turn him away, but I’m not comfortable with sex being so important so soon in the relationship.
If he listens to you and respects your boundaries, you’ll grow closer.
If putting the brakes on sex ends the relationship, he’s not the right guy for you, which probably is what you fear and are afraid to figure out.
As a freshman girl, eligible cuties seem to be everywhere – and guess what? The attention can be fun, but when it comes down to it, the dating game in college is one that you’ll learn a lot about as time goes on – you might not be a pro right off the bat.
To get started, Her Campus has put together a list of the DOs and DON’Ts of college dating.