Sophomore girl dating senior
Upperclassmen, think about where you were as a freshman and how much your life changed throughout your college career. Wouldn’t it make sense for the same thing to happen again?You and your freshmen squeeze are at different places in your lives. But that should not suggest incompatibility and shouldn’t raise enough red flags to trump your feelings for someone younger or older than you.Besides, where a person is academically doesn’t necessarily reflect where they are mentally.“The guys that are out of high school aren’t mature enough for me.Zach and I started dating in High School and we were the perfect couple.
Growing up in my church there were 15 or so other kids my age and we were all ok friends, some of us better than others. People always used to joke that we'd make a good couple and I think it was those jesting affirmations that finally brought us together.We had avoided going swimming or to the beach or anything out of fear that his dad would rebuke us, but early that year his dad had an above ground pool installed in their back yard so we figured it would be safe for us to swim together there as long as one of Zach's parents were there. He was on the football team, although not very good, so he worked out regularly. I noticed him looking at me in my bikini a lot while we were swimming. Zach's mom was at work and his dad came out and told us that he needed to go visit someone in the hospital.He told me that we should get out and I should head home for the night. While we were drying off I noticed that Zach and a very hard erection that was showing through his swim shorts.He told us to avoid cuddling and to try not to be alone together.Before we left he reminded us, "intercourse sends people to hell.I pray, for the sake of your souls, that you wait until you are married." Needless to say, Zach and I were properly scarred into premarital celibacy.It was our senior year of High School, after we were both 18 that I finally saw him shirtless and he finally saw me in my bikini. He didn't have a lot, but definitely more than most of the other smooth chested 18 year olds.I tend to date older people in general,” said Savannah College of Art and Design junior, Katie Hatfield.“But if I knew them and they were mature enough, why not, you know?“I like being able to have someone to depend on but not having to carry the weight of someone younger and less experienced than me.If they already knew what life they had ahead of them, maybe, but other than that no, I would not date a freshman.” So apparently it isn’t just a matter of maturity, but timing.