Tuesday arrives, and it’s time to have lunch with Paul. Thursday rolls around and you’re having a “sleepover” with Alex. It can be hard to juggle multiple guys at once and even harder to say “bye bye” to all but one guy and turn the chosen one into the deal (especially in college when long-term relationships are almost nonexistent). You’ve got yourself a handful of mini dates, hook-ups whenever you want them, and attention all around, but you’re missing out on the whole boyfriend/girlfriend thing.A "no strings attached" relationship is most commonly found in young adults such as college students.
I am looking for a serious relationship, but still have fun with him.This will freak the guy out and jeopardize the future of your relationship. If it's supposed to turn into the real thing, it will. ” says Lauren, a senior at the University of Michigan.If you’re texting him 24/7 and always wanting to know what he’s up to from the very beginning, he’s going to feel smothered and you’re not going to get the boyfriend you want. Next you have to define “boyfriend” and figure out which guy fits the description.Wayne State University and Michigan State University conducted a similar survey and sixty-six percent of the undergraduates in this study said they had also been in a casual relationship. Barnes: The psychology of love journal, has come up with two main types of lovers for college aged young adults.About half of this sixty-six percent said they were currently in such a relationship. They are "Eros" lovers who are passionate lovers and "Ludas" or "Ludic" lovers, which are game-playing lovers.