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5 Rules of Facebook Relationship Manners

Dating is hard no matter which decade you live in. As the movie “He’s Just Not That in to You” recently portrayed, the digital age seems to have made the love game even more complicated – with text messaging, Twitter, Facebook, email and the like. You never want to get caught making a relationship faux pas, and you certainly don’t want to make it where the entire world can see via social media.

This entertaining video, made by and set in the ’50s like a high school health class video, introduces five simple Facebook manners that everyone should follow to avoid embarrassing dating mishaps online.

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How to Transition a Relationship from High School to College

couple holding handsIf you’ve had a long-time, or even a brief, relationship in high school, and aren’t quite ready to pack it away with your yearbook, take some time to consider where your relationship is going and how it might work on different campuses. Your love-struck heart may not want to hear it, but many relationships do not survive that life-changing transition from high school to college, especially if you’re attending different schools or live in different states.

That’s not to say it’s not worth a try, and seriously discussing your relationship with your significant other. It’s not the norm, but couples have done it and beat the odds.

  • Stay in touch. With IM, video chat, texting and Skype, long-distance communication is easier than ever. Make it a priority if you want your relationship to last past midterms. Read the rest of this entry »

Finding Love on a College Campus

High school seniors graduate, and the summer ends. Prospective freshmen must now say their tearful goodbyes and head off to the unknown world of college, wondering what their future will hold for them. What classes will I enjoy? What will I choose for a major? But more importantly – will I find my true love here? According to that infamous British comedy, love, actually, is all around. It’s in your Intro to Finance class, and in the local dive bar off-campus. It’s at football games and in coffee shops. Love is an intangible feeling that we’re all born with, whether we like it or not.

College students find love on campus (photo via Andrew Flavin)

College students find love on campus (photo via Andrew Flavin)

On her first day at the University of Pennsylvania, Elizabeth Banks met Max Handelman. Ten years later, Handelman proposed unexpectedly. “He said that after 10 years, he owed it to me to completely surprise me,” Elizabeth Banks said. The couple sealed the deal by reading letters from their first year of dating in college in lieu of vows. Read the rest of this entry »


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