Do you think its a good idea to bring your relationship with you to college?
If it's worth bringing. My daughter dated her boyfriend from their junior year in HS through 4 years of different colleges (2 hours apart) and married 5 days after college graduation. Their story is rare but anything is possible
It really depends on how much you care (love) one another and if you truly see this person as being the one you want to spend the rest of your life with. It doesn't make sense to end a relationship unless you are unhappy or you have grown apart.
The majority of people take the approach that college is a "brand new" chapter/adventure. This is especially true if one or both people go away from home to attend college.
I agree with the other comments. It is entirely up to you. I wouldn't think twice about bringing my princess with me. In fact I am bringing her with me
I can only backseat drive on this question. It most definitely varies on the couple and the individuals in the couple as well as kismet, fate, or destiny, in my view.
Everyone at that point has been socialized by family, extended family, cultures and sub-cultures. In my limited view it is like growing physically one day you are about 3'-6" then suddenly you are 5'-4" or 6'-6". Like that spurt of growth as an adolescent a spurt of growth 'will' occur from a holistic - body, mind, spirit, view during college days. Then values comes into play during this growth spurt. The many perceptions we have may change or become or become more 'rooted.'
Oh, this is too complicated for me right now - LOL, shooting from the hip, if you question it, then I don't think it is a good idea. If you are resolute the 'us' of the relationship will flourish, then by all means yes. (this is just a view based on my life experience & observation)
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