I will admit, I was one of the lucky ones that didn’t have to work in college.
However, I was still broke and didn’t have much money to spend.
She was homeschooled, and her interactions with boys were limited in comparison to girls who attend high school.
Since the school was heavily greek, there wasn’t a lot of socializing with people who weren’t greek, if you happened to be in a frat and sorority. I found it too “difficult” to meet other people not involved in Greek life and it massively stinted my opportunities for meeting new women.
Sticking to one social side of the campus didn’t allow me to expand into other areas.
”What it says is that casual sex is not the only option,” Arielle Kuperberg, an assistant professor of sociology at University of North Carolina at Greensboro, told NBC News.
“There are plenty of people having more traditional dates and having long-term relationships.
Devote the years you’re enrolled in college first to your education and pursuit of a profession.
Of course, that’s second to keeping alive your relationships with God, your family and friends.
Here it is: Dating can become a distraction that lowers your grades, and may keep you from graduating and entering a profession.
College is an opportunity to equip yourself with skills that will give you more choices and greater security in life.
Once I started learning about attraction, I came to the sad conclusion that I could have taken advantage of being able to practice the skills of meeting and attracting women. In fact, that was how I thought meeting girls was supposed to be like: introductions. Instead, I complained about not being able to meet girls. By my senior year, I got fed up with doing this and started going to a few new spots. If I had applied that same mentality during college, I would have been more successful with the girls there and felt way better in the morning.
But the only ones I talked to, were the ones that I was introduced to. I couldn’t get over the fear of being able to approach a woman and start a conversation out of thin air. However, something I do regret is using it as a crutch for my social life. The college that I went to was divided into two sections: greek life and G. After I graduated, I slowed down my drinking to just one per night and I ended up meeting more girls, getting more numbers and going on more dates. Because I was focused on the interactions with girls, rather then the amount of drinks I gulped down.
Let me suggest that college-bound high schoolers add one more item to their collegiate checklist: the gender ratio.