Make sure your first date with a new guy happens outside of your apartment.Let him know from day one that you are not a booty-call by refusing to spend the night too soon. Casually dating multiple people at once is the norm You’re in a new city surrounded by tons of people.If you’re going to date a 30-year-old and are only a year out of college, realize that you’ll have to adapt to this huge age difference.
Booty calls/hook-ups are not relationships You might have followed the “we’re together” mentality in college even if you were just hooking up and not going on actual dates.
But after college, you should expect him to take you out if he’s serious about being with you, not just take you back to his apartment.
She understands that she shouldn't let anyone make her feel guilty for going out with one guy for a while and then changing her mind.
“It’s not leading someone on; be honest and carefree as you take dating day by day; remember, you’re meeting lots of people, and only one will stick,” she says.
It’s smart to casually date multiple men so you can carry on the most promising relationship and say goodbye to the guys who just don’t fit what you’re looking for.
And remember, the guys are likely dating multiple girls at the same time, too.“I graduated last year and am living at home in my parents’ house. Sure, as a 23-year-old woman I don’t have a curfew, but I also have a nearly nonexistent social life.After being in college for four years surrounded by thousands of people my own age, I feel like there is no one my age around here! Online dating is a great solution for people like Megan who move back home after college and are struggling to find love.A few dates later, she said how impressed she was that I had called her,” says John from Saginaw Valley State University. Now that you’re a college graduate, you can’t revert back to your high school texting relationship days; calling is way more meaningful. It might feel weird at first since you rely so much on texting, but hearing each other’s voices is way better than typing into a tiny screen and sending a few too many emoticons and “lol”s. Tons of people do online dating For whatever reason, all of my college friends seem to laugh at the idea of online dating.But post-college, the Internet is just one more way to meet a guy, especially when there isn’t a huge pool of single men in your area.You could meet a creepy old man who pretends to be younger—and that is definitely not the guy you want to date.