Start dating after college
I have always been a traveler and I knew I wanted to move to New York, while he had barely ever left our tiny hometown.
So deep down I was scared he would go back on all his promises out of fear. We started laying out concrete plans for our life in New York and that’s when I really knew that we were going to make it. I knew we would keep dating after we graduated because we were comfortable being independent.
It's that moment when you know that you are 100 percent yourself and he is 100 percent himself and the two of you just completely complement each other. When I graduated, I'd been dating my boyfriend at the time for about five months, so we were fairly serious.
He is three years older, so he'd already been out of college and getting his career underway for some time.
Sarah Schewitz, Psy D is a psychologist with over 10 years of experience helping couples and individuals improve and change their patterns in love and relationships.My graduation didn't really change our relationship status.I was extremely busy and stressed in the months leading up to graduation, and I do remember lashing out at him a bit when I felt he needed too much of my time.Our mutual understanding of that during the last few months of college made me feel secure that we're endgame.My husband and I started dating when we were 14 and 15 years old and two months after we decided we would get married.