Dating advice young people
"There is no specific timeline that you have to achieve any specific milestone.Some of your friends are going to get married and start having babies early. If you're not one of the first to achieve either or both of those milestones (if that's what you want), it's okay. It's better to be single than stuck with the wrong person." –Jen Stone, Facebook "Focus on yourself, your goals, and with time, the right one will come around.Often along the way, young adults develop a distorted view of the reality of relationships.This may be because of their experience in their home life with their own parents, their relationships and forays into the dating world in their teens, or because of trends and pressures to get into a relationship once they are out of school and on their own.You may have a very nice and cheerful personality, but you need to look nice on the outside as well.
It's too late for me, but maybe you can learn from what I wish I knew then.1.Young adults, those in their early to late twenties, often have unrealistic expectations of life.This is not a negative statement but rather a result of moving from one living environment—being at home with the parents—to the rather unique lifestyle of college or university and then into the “real” world.You can adapt and try to take an interest in things that they love, but never change the essence of you. The right person would never want you to." –Nurse Tina3938 "Just because it's comfortable, doesn't always mean it's right for either of you. "You CANNOT change that very interesting 'bad guy.' Don't be afraid to set limits. Don't be afraid to go after what you want, and do not be afraid to be on your own.