Tag: relationships

My boyfriend is on the opposite side of the world—Now What?

| October 18, 2017 | 0 Comments
My boyfriend is on the opposite side of the world—Now What?

In fall of 2016 I got the amazing opportunity to study overseas in Wellington, New Zealand through a program called ISA, or International Studies Abroad. This program immersed me into a culture vastly different from my own and I developed life-long friendships. This being said, I also met a fine lad in Wellington named Jakob […]

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5 Reasons Why: You should consider a social media cleanse

| October 11, 2017 | 0 Comments
5 Reasons Why: You should consider a social media cleanse

We’ve all heard of juice cleanses, the process of consuming fresh squeezed fruit or veggies in order to rid the body of toxins and promote a healthy lifestyle. Similar to a juice cleanse, a social media cleanse is basically the same idea but to some, may sound a lot less rewarding. Social media is the […]

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The 411 on relationships

| September 28, 2016 | 0 Comments
The 411 on relationships

Relationships, relationships, relationships, what a scary yet, exciting term. Our world and our society are built upon relationships, but today I want to talk about romantic relationships specifically. At this point in our lives, a lot of us have been in a relationship or two and some of those may have been good and others […]

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Five things to know about ROMANCE

| March 22, 2016 | 0 Comments
Five things to know about ROMANCE

Ever wondered or wished to make that first move with someone, but never really knew how to do so? Have you been wrestling with scenarios in your head about how you should interact, or even approach that one person you have had your eye on? I am here to tell you why it is necessary […]

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Ghosting: Maybe you’re better off without them

| March 1, 2016 | 0 Comments
Ghosting: Maybe you’re better off without them

A new form of ending a relationship has a name, “ghosting.” Ghosting has probably happened to you a lot and you might not have even known it is a thing. Seriously, when was the last time the person you were seeing straight up said to you they no longer want to see you anymore? No […]

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New Year relationships

| January 19, 2016 | 0 Comments
New Year relationships

Since it’s a new year, there’s no better time than now to not only improve upon yourself, but also with your relationships. If you are still single, maybe it’s time to change up some things to get yourself back into a relationship. If you are in a relationship, it may be time to spice things […]

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Worth the distance

| December 8, 2015 | 2 Comments
Worth the distance

When you think of long distance relationships, most people usually put up a red flag and are against of the idea, especially in college. Why would you want to waste your time on someone you can’t even see all the time? Always keeping in touch via text and skype and constantly worrying about if they […]

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Let’s just be honest, let’s just be real

| November 3, 2015 | 0 Comments
Let’s just be honest, let’s just be real

A new era has emerged amongst today’s youth. And that is to tell the truth. With mottos like YOLO circulating around and people being as reckless as possible, it only makes sense that people are dropping those little white lies for shiny new truths. More and more people are starting to have the mentality that […]

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College relationships are complicated

| September 29, 2015 | 0 Comments
College relationships are complicated

College students tackle one tough exam after another, join extracurricular activities and some even balance a job all on top of that. But when it comes to the dating world, it is a never ending roller coaster ride of confusion. We are often stuck in the awkward phase of no longer being an immature high […]

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Dating conundrums and how to solve them

| November 8, 2014 | 0 Comments
Dating conundrums and how to solve them

Dating is an age old mystery. For centuries, men have been trying to figure out women and women have been trying to figure out men. It is so hard to know what the person that you are pursuing wants. Recently, I was listening to a friend talk about a personal experience and how defining the […]

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Ask Abby: relationship woes

| January 21, 2014 | 0 Comments
Ask Abby: relationship woes

Selfish Study Abroad Is it selfish to break up with my boyfriend because I’m going abroad next semester and don’t want to be tied down and deal with a long-distance relationship? I love him and care about him but also know he is not the person I’m going to marry. I just don’t know how […]

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Learning to live with long distance lovin’

| October 15, 2013 | 1 Comment
Learning to live with long distance lovin’

If someone asked me in the senior year of my high school career what I believed college was for, I am fairly certain of the answer I would have given. Apart from the politically correct response of education, the betterment of the mind and whatever else any parent might like to hear, I would have […]

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Add and follow: should students be connected with their professors?

| April 11, 2013 | 0 Comments
Add and follow: should students be connected with their professors?

With social media growing everyday, some students are confronted with the controversy over whether or not they should add their professors on Facebook (or any other social media platform). I personally believe that it is okay to do so, but only if you’re no longer taking a class with said professor. Though I can understand […]

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