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Girls and young women between the ages of 16 and 24 experience the highest rate of intimate partner violence — almost triple the national average. Or is staying school and career focused the smart thing to do? Deciding to date during college is a decision everyone must make individually. However, I can offer some useful information to help you make a more informed decision that best fits your needs. I recently got out of a long-term relationship and felt extremely down, unmotivated and frankly just sad.
Things ended on good terms; we both want different things, but we are still friends, so I could not figure out why I had this lingering lousy feeling. I decided it must be some chemical reaction in my brain forcing the feels to fall upon me.
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I took to the internet to prove my theory and reassuringly enough, I was right! When you look at pictures of, or think about, an ex-partner the part of your brain that processes pain is stimulated, thus causing pain. This is important to consider when thinking of entering a relationship; although it might be rainbows and butterflies to start, if the relationship ends, you are going to be distracted for a period of time after. On the bright side there are ways to shorten the time you feel pain after a relationship, such as putting photos and sentimental objects out of sight and busying yourself with other activities.
During the start of a relationship there is also brain activity that can cause distractions.
Although this may be sweet for a hot minute, it could end up interfering with other important parts of your life such as school and work. Everyone needs to feel supported, especially during stressful times which seem to be plentiful in college.
Having someone to talk to, to offer advice and to be around when times are hard is extremely beneficial. Thinking about and caring for someone else often helps take some of the stress and pressures of life off of yourself.
The above stated things, however, can also be found in a friend. If you can find someone you care about, find time to spend with said person without falling behind in school, support one another and have mind blowing sex, then go you! In high school, I was a sort of serial dater.
I would hop from one relationship to another quickly and did not spend much time on my own.