Christian college students and dating

I do have some anxiety about it though, because it’s been almost two years and he hasn’t said, “I love you.” – Isabella*I prefer dating to hooking up because of the level of comfort and support you receive from being exclusive.

Don't lie to one another about relationship-y things.

No feelings — if someone gets feelings, we need to either end things or both need to take a step back and reevaluate.

I wasn’t that into it and I didn’t want to be in a relationship.

In the end it’s all about dating, but only if it’s with the right girl that makes it worth it.

– Sarah*Hooking up does seem fun, but I prefer the consistency and dependability of always having someone who will be there at the end of the day.

– Liza*Restless Hearts When I was part of the hook-up culture, all I wanted was a boyfriend.It was hard to come to terms with it and get over the hurt, but I did get closure in an unexpected and nice way. Moving through different stages with this guy — from heartbreak to dysfunction to honest, real friendship — has taught me more in sixth months than I've learned in years.– Sadie*Being a hopeless romantic in this hook-up culture is its own special type of hell.I like being in a relationship better because I like thinking about another person all the time, and I feel like I’m more centered when I’m in a relationship.– Nathan*I hooked up a lot freshman year — I even hooked up with a guy off Tinder — but now I’m in a relationship and I’m really happy.– Matt*I’m happy being single, but I also like the idea that there’s someone out there who likes you, thinks about you all the time, and wants to be with you.

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