College is much more than the start of a new career path. While students are trying to discover who they are, they often discover love along the way. Some say they aren't ready to settle down, but those same people might wind up in committed relationships long before they graduate. Maintaining that relationship through the uncertainties of college, however, is not easy. In this opinionated and often humorous guide, Stephen Phillips cuts the crap and removes the security blanket from traditional love advice. In Love And College puts it all in a nutshell, covering the most common issues - and issues you may not have considered - that arise in college relationships. Whether you're actively seeking commitment or you already have it, this practical guide to practical relationships puts you and your partner in control of the romance, communication, and compromise needed to stay afloat if, and when, things get difficult.And shea#39;s saying it should be worth the wait, which is assuming far too much for a fairly new relationship. If you use that reasoning, youa#39;re talking about the prospect of marriage with him when you should be focusing on the fact that you ... You wouldna#39;t tell your boss at a new job that your quality of work will increase after your first promotion or raise, because you ... You are neither good nor bad for saving sex for marriage, and the same goes for people who engage in premarital sex.
|Title||:||In Love and College: A Practical Guide to Practical Relationships|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2008-04-01|