Junior dating a freshman college
People will try to tear you down, but you shouldn’t let them.All that matters at the end of the day is what you think of yourself. My first semester of college was a culture shock because I was so used to being around my twin brother and two sisters.When you go away to college, you will wish you had started saving in high school because you'll be ballin' on a budget. I developed a slight procrastination problem, otherwise known as "senioritis," during senior year and beating it is way harder than it sounds.Developing good study habits during freshman year will save you junior and senior year. Do yourself a favor, and stick to your good study habits!When we were suddenly separated by 300 miles, I missed having them around.Trust me, distance really does make the heart grow fonder.When I brought it up to people and said it made me uncomfortable, they dismissed it because he was just being "paternal."Seriously.As a 28 year old (29 in May) in college (returned to finish my degree) I was nervous that people would care about my age. Most of the time me telling people my age results in an "and....? Well I mean I definitely lie on the internet about things like this, like fudging my age a few years when it doesn't really matter, when it's irrelevant I'll change the number of siblings I have/their genders/whatever personally identifying information that I can change that doesn't actually matter.
When I was a freshmen, I recieved attention from a doctoral-level student and THAT' S weird As an 18 year old freshman, a professor older than my parents got a little "obsessed" with me and started singling me out for "special attention." Constantly calling on me in class, commenting on my physical appearance, outright ogling me in class and office hours, etc. I have been talking to this Freshman girl for about 2 weeks. At first I was like "Oh god its a freshman" when we meet for the first time. There are two things I would like to ask.- Is it ok to date some younger than me, by 2 years? You may think that one B or C will not matter, but in the long run it does.Slacking off freshman year allows you to lower the expectations you have for yourself, and it just gets worse as the years go by.
I had so much fun my senior year, and besides the fact that it was senior year, it was also the year I decided to get involved with literally everything.