For many men, the honest answer to the priest's second question is that they want their girlfriend for her beauty and, in most cases, for sex.In many relationships, men don't get emotionally invested - they just get laid for a while.I knew him through my family and hadn't seen him in a while. Since then I've messed around with more girls than I can count, but I have never dated a girl that I knew I couldn't marry - because ultimately that is what I want.We were making the standard mundane small talk about how I was liking school and college life, when the conversation took an interesting turn onto the topic of the girl I'd been dating for the last few months. I worry sometimes when I hear girls saying things like "I want him to be my long-term boyfriend," or when people under the age of 20 get concerned that they haven't had a serious relationship yet.Finals week will be mainly focused on you and your stress because, yet again, they don’t have their own to worry about.You’ll also get to experience a different side of life together outside of just classes and dorm rooms. Unless you live in the same area, which you probably don’t, there will be a lot of travel time involved to see each other.
As unfair as it might seem, this phenomenon is more damaging to woman than men.They’ll wonder why you didn’t find someone who “did better” with their life.Your significant other will wonder this too, and fear that one day you’ll find someone on your campus.You two are different people living different lives, and sometimes it can feel as if connecting is difficult.It can feel like you never have time for each other.