You only have to make a few adjustments and everything will fall into place!
And that's fair; that's the way it goes for a lot of people. We weren't codependent, and we didn't miss out on our college experiences.
We did the long-distance thing the entire time we were in college, and although we remained faithful to each other, we were also able to have our own experiences, our own friends, and our own lives.
We hadn't played the field enough; we were limiting our options; we were holding each other back.
I know the people around us had visions of us having a baby too soon, getting stuck in our hometown, missing out on life experiences, and eventually splitting up.
And here’s the thing – I know plenty of couples who did just that. Maybe it was distance, maybe it was the college lifestyle they wanted. I spoke to a student at Watts School of Nursing named Faith.
She’s now engaged – yes, you heard that right – to her high school boyfriend, CS.The bittersweet summer between your senior year of high school and freshman year of college quickly approaches and it is time to make that decision of how you are going to continue your relationship in college.Here are some tips to keep your relationship healthy and happy while you and your high school sweetheart experience your best four years at the same college.It’s your senior year of high school and you’ve been dating the love of your life for a while.This guy is your best friend and everything you’ve ever dreamed of. We recently asked Huff Post readers who married their high school sweethearts to share their stories, and were stunned by just how many submissions we received.