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It was hard to come to terms with it and get over the hurt, but I did get closure in an unexpected and nice way. Moving through different stages with this guy — from heartbreak to dysfunction to honest, real friendship — has taught me more in sixth months than I've learned in years.
– Sadie*Being a hopeless romantic in this hook-up culture is its own special type of hell.
I do have some anxiety about it though, because it’s been almost two years and he hasn’t said, “I love you.” – Isabella*I prefer dating to hooking up because of the level of comfort and support you receive from being exclusive.
–Stacie*I love having a cheerleader, someone always rooting for me, being there for me through a long and stressful week, and I love being that for someone in return.
But now that I have a boyfriend, all I want is to hook up with other people.
– Anita*I came in with a girlfriend freshman year, which I ended up regretting.
– Alison*I find that what I want is a friend-with-benefits relationship, but guys are so bad at sticking to the rules.
My rules are: either person can end it whenever, no harm done, no questions asked.
– Nathan*I hooked up a lot freshman year — I even hooked up with a guy off Tinder — but now I’m in a relationship and I’m really happy.
When you date someone you get to know them and you form a real connection.
Hooking up is superficial and the human aspect is completely lost.
That's the hopeless romantic in me talking and he'll never shut up.
– Aaron*This semester I realized that I will always love someone who doesn't love me.I wasn’t that into it and I didn’t want to be in a relationship.