You might even opt out of going out with certain friends who party in different ways than you do.
And FOMO (fear of missing out) will be in full-gear.
Sometimes, not always, but sometimes, being in a relationship can make it easy to put those aspirations on the back burner because you are also focusing on the happiness of someone else.
You will probably have to miss out on a lot of weekend events to spend time with your boyfriend instead.
That is of course if he lives in a distance in which you can actually visit.
College is a time where you are truly learning all about the ins and outs of what makes you who you are.
It is true that one of the most important things you can do is set goals you want to achieve during your college years.
If you are single, apps like Tinder make it so easy to meet people around you.
My friends (and myself) are guilty of binge-swiping boys left and right.
There is a certain type of freedom in college that you don’t have at any other time in your life, do what you please with it.
Your single friends don’t have responsibilities to someone else in the way that you do.
You might not even know that you have these expectations until someone doesn’t live up to them. Sometimes, it’s nice being in just one relationship because you don’t have to deal with the awkwardness of dating and “talking” to someone.
You are less likely to question whether or not you are doing something right or wrong.
Relationships in college are possible, but they are not easy.