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So ive noticed a lot of posts asking about advice when it comes to girls.. Seems like most of these come from guys in HS, so I just wanted to throw some stuff out there that I have learned. I hope this helps some of you..

So let me start off with the main point behind this post.. In HS, enjoy yourself. HS is a time where you have little to no responsibility outside of school, and things are much more simple. Enjoy hanging out with your buddies, enjoy the girls, and dont take things to seriously.

When you start dating your first girlfriend or two, its easy to fall head over heels for them. Its an emotion that you are not used to, and it feels great. Truthfully, this probably wont last. Enjoy and learn from the experience. My first HS gf came when I was 15. I thought we would be together forever LOL, that lasted a year, and havent heard from here since.

I guess the easiest way to sum this up, is that who you are in HS is probably not who you will be in the years after. When you graduate, life will take you and everyone you know in different directions, and lead to new experiences. Things that mattered or didnt matter in HS will change. You will find new passions and meet new people, and its hard to be with someone who you feel like your growing apart from whether it be distance, physical, mentally, etc.

I dated a girl from age 16-22. Fell in love, and still in love. Not sure if im in love with who we were at one point, in love with her, in love with the idea of being in love with here, idk. She is on the east coast going to school growing as a person and I am trying to do the same out here. Everything I said above can be demonstrated through this relationship. When we were in HS, the biggest decision in life was what movie we were going to watch. We graduated and attended schools within the same area. Then you run into situations like money, new passions that the other person does not share, status of you relationship and where it leads, maturity, new friends, etc. All I can say guys is, enjoy your experiences while they last and if/when things end, be thankful for them, and then on to the next one.

I was going to get into the dreadful "Twenty One".. The age most girls want to "explore" who they are (which is great if your a single guy looking to get laid, but terrible if your in a long term relationship). But this was already long enough, and im sure someone else can hit on this if they want.

Joe seems to be the man when it comes to advice, so I cant wait to see what he has to add.
 

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Dude hell yeah OP great advice. Fell head over heels for a girl my freshman year in high-school, the last few months of high school we finally started dating. It's been 8 months now. I really hope it continues to go strong. But yeah now all of those real life situations are starting to happen. Like money, and careers. Blah
 

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Dude hell yeah OP great advice. Fell head over heels for a girl my freshman year in high-school, the last few months of high school we finally started dating. It's been 8 months now. I really hope it continues to go strong. But yeah now all of those real life situations are starting to happen. Like money, and careers. Blah
Hang in there man.. This is where all the WORK starts. Remember all the stuff about relationships that you have heard, but never really applied? Communication, Trust, ability to grow, etc. This is now key. Learn to communicate, even if you two are alright in this area, there is always room to grow. Trust is going to be key. Whether its work or school, you will both start to meet new people, and yes, some of these new people will probably be guys. You will both start to have new interests and passions, even if hers suck(and they very well may) you still have to act interested cause its a big deal to her.

AND if stuff doesnt work out, dont worry. Your young, and some of the best times are still ahead of you. You never stop meeting new people, possibilities are all around.
 

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Try to fuck as much girls in HS as you can.

If you not one of those dudes, then at least have a relationship in high school.

Both are lessons in life.
 

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great post OP. i REALLY liked a chick for about a year. and i mean REALLY. shit really didn't work out, and yeah, first you think, wow, i'm never going to move on am i, but you do. and that always makes you stronger.
 

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What about us young HS guys chasing guys? Does the same advice apply?
I would assume so.. All of what I said was mostly typical advice, nothing gender specific.
 

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I was joking, but I like that you responded seriously and helpfully.
Cool points for you :datass:
I dont hate man, to each its own.. Straight/Gay/Bi/Trans what the fuck ever, doesnt effect my lifestyle.
 
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