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But I'm really excited about love and believe in it all.
I’d still fall for someone regardless of whether we’re graduating.
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 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.
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.
Hooking up is superficial and the human aspect is completely lost.
I tend to go on dates and hook up at the beginning of a relationship, which seems to work well for me.
–Chloe*I met this guy through a mutual friend and we started hooking up.
Every once in awhile we do something fun like cook together or go out together but we usually just hang out at each other’s apartments.
I definitely prefer it to hooking up because it brings more of a human element back to sex. – Kara*I prefer dating to hook-ups, myself having been in two serious relationships during college, one of which is still going post-graduation. You see all types of relationships, and it just depends on what works for the individual.– 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.