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I decided that since we could come up with way more cons than pros, I shouldn’t date in high school. I expected to start dating as soon as I graduated high school… In fact, it was four years after my friend and I created the above list before a guy asked me out.Now that Caleb and I are dating, I do kinda wish I had some sort of experience in dating to fall back on.Additionally, I believed Jesus was right by my side every inch of the way, so I had no cause to turn to a boyfriend to stop my loneliness.If I practiced saying “no” to a dating relationship when I really wanted one, I figured this could help me say “no” in the future to more harmful things.This vulnerability is important for is okay to share.And if you don’t have a strong sense of self when you’re in high school, it can be easy to share everything with him to gain validation.So dating in high school meant it would be a really long time before he and I could get married.I struggled with loneliness some back in high school.
I'm still "popular" in some sense because of him but also because I am from a super small school. Whenever anyone at college finds out I have a boyfriend, they always ask where he goes and what year he is.
It was great to get to know the guys I liked in a “friends-only” sort of way.
I had time to serve my church and hang out with my friends whenever I wanted.
Especially considering how the guy I liked was super busy too.
If the guy in question was the right guy for me, then it wouldn’t matter whether or not we dated in high school. No need to stress about if he’s “the one” or not when in high school.