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I tried to convince myself that I was the type of person to date without commitment. Before I knew it, I was conflicted between my heart and this pact that I was so determined to keep. I wasn't allowing myself to open up with these guys.
Then, I tried to convince myself that I wasn't ready to date, or that this pact would give me better perspective. Then, I cracked under the pressure and went on a date. I mean, I was asked on a date, barely knew the guy and he picked me up when we first met.
After the fog had cleared and I was holding my diploma, was it worth it? Instead, date if you are comfortable and be ok with rejection. Statistically, it is very hard to continue a relationship after high school, so to all of you who managed to do it, props.
Usually, couples don't continue relationships due to college, long distance, or just simply outgrowing each other.
I am blessed now to be dating a guy that makes every date so much fun, but it wasn't always that way.
Some dates are going to be plain stupid, but it's okay if you don't want to continue seeing the person. The best part of my journey is that I really let myself be happy.
And if you don’t have a strong sense of self when you’re in high school, it can be easy to share everything with him to gain validation.
When I was in high school I was in two choirs and insanely involved in my youth group.
Because obviously, this pact and not wanting to commit was the reason dates were going bad.I went on three dates after that and all were just as horrible.No, seriously, I had clingy dates, bored ones, and pity ones.I dove into my interests and pursued my passions, which leads me to my next point.I didn't know until this experience that I was a huge fan of commitment.
So, I made the bold, and very quick decision, to not get into another relationship while I was in high school. When I made my pact I was strict on it because I was so hurt before. I mean, every time I saw an attractive guy, I forced myself to not look in his direction.