Keep in mind, if things don't work out will you be comfortable seeing this person in class, or will it get in the way of performing...perhaps you could address it beforehand that if things go array that you will continue to be friends.
Meeting a Girl Establishing a Relationship Making It Work Community Q&A Whether you dated a lot in high school or not at all, college is a whole new ballgame when it comes to relationships.
I am currently seeing a guy who's in 3 of my classes.
We're in an engineering program at our school which requires certain courses thus having the same 16 students together Monday-Fridays for at least 5 hours. For our outside lives - I am living with my mom (I am 19 by the way)...
After our dates or when we depart, it's just a smooch and then the "I won't see you until school" mood sets in. We are not looking for a place to fool around or something, but rather at the moment we don't have time where we can just sit down and talk or stroll in the park.
Both of us truly care about each other and want a relationship eventually. Is this a bad idea or would our relationship eventually work?
When do we hangout or talk besides about class material?
It's not (I mean, it is, but it's more than that), flirting is as simple as talking to someone new with the interest of getting to know them better to see if you like them. If I make quick glances with a girl, and she reciprocates with the same, and this game continues for a while, then I'm sure she is interested in me in some way (the longer it continues the more sure I get). If your not comfortable with that start with using the class to your advantage.
@ LALALFMAO - Actually that's something that I'm trying to get used to, taking it slow.
He's the first guy that I'm ever actually close to having a relationship with.
Well I started this real dope friendship with an Asian chick from my class.
We've been studying together, constantly texting and calling each other when were not in class.