Tips for dating a college athlete
While I do not mean to bring back the corniness of 80s romantic comedies, or try to argue that some movies of our time have gotten it right, I must divulge that I think it is a necessary rite of passage.After all, we are exposed to so many different people in our lives, and while some seem great for us on paper, others turn the dark on fire.
Dating an athlete, of the most part, is just like dating anyone else.Dear Meredith, I have been in a serious relationship with my boyfriend for about a year.I'm the first (and only) girl he brought home to meet his family.This trait is key in relationships when you want a partner that is willing to persevere through the difficult times, rather than simply throw in the towel and walk away.Camaraderie Athletes know how to work and play together.For those who are on a team, their teammates become their family as they share in the joys and disappointments of sport.
For the solitary athletes, they become a part of the larger community of like-minded competitors.
The distinct differences seem significant, but they are simply in the details.
The one great assumption that people make is that student athletes think they’re better than everyone else.
In the beginning you may feel neglected because of how busy your partner is, and that’s normal, but over time you’ll realize that is the life an athlete lives.
No matter how long their day was, it’s your voice they want to hear at the end of the day.
Usually, before entering college all we want to do is have fun and turn-up during the year with no strings attached.