Dating time management
Welcome to college, where everything you once knew about dating is backwards.
Hookups tend to happen before the feels come out, sleepovers are not out of the ordinary and dates include doing laundry together.
Giving each other space is OKPrivacy on campus is almost as rare as seeing an engineer during the day.
Everyone needs their own “me” time, and you have to respect that. You're balling on a budget Clearly, extravagant dates are out of the picture at this time in our lives.
But with that being said, here are some fundamental tips to keep a healthy relationship during your time in college.1.
Manage your time Time management is one the hardest skills to master in college, but it basically sums up your four years here.
With that being said, having someone somewhere else doesn’t mean you have to isolate yourself from going out. How can you expect to find happiness in your relationship if you don’t even know how to find happiness on your own?
If you are 100 percent sure they are the one for you, then keep it going! When I say find yourself, I don’t mean have every little detail figured out. Just come to better understand yourself and how you operate.5.
Better understanding the ways that ADHD can affect a relationship is the first step to fixing those issues.Keep an open mind Remember if you’re ever frustrated or upset, try and see it from their point of view.There is always something going on that we don’t fully know about, so don’t be too quick to judge.10.For the purpose of clarity and conciseness, we’ll use ADHD in this article.Since adult ADHD is often undiagnosed or unmanaged — 4.4% of adults have it, but only 10% of those people have been diagnosed and treated — couples may not even be aware that the disorder is causing problems in their relationship.