Augmented Husky Posted May 2, 2016 Share Posted May 2, 2016 Alright this is going to take a little bravery on my part so bare with me if the composition on this one is unrefined. Anywhose with that out of the way this is the thing that's only bugging me more and more as College approaches for me: A lot of people I know are starting to ask about if I've had a girl friend or if I have one now. At first that just looks like a more ordinary question but you see the problem with it is it's really getting old ,quite frankly redundant ,and as you'll see a somewhat difficult thing to answer Now to give some background I'm at a private high school right now for my Senior year but I've only been to this school for one year. Before that it was a smaller private school I hated due to all the unnecessary bullying in it then it was Florida virtual for 1 1/2 years then a Community College for half a year. So having to leave and then meet new people was challenging to say the least especially in such a short amount of time however I have a wonderful a mom and dad who are both very supportive plus I still kept in touch with a few friends from my middle school days. To top it all off the Academy I'm at now is by far the best in Orlando and I've meet a lot of sincere and truly good friends there Problem is a lot of the students ask if I've had a girlfriend now or at all to which I have to honestly answer I haven't... I'm not at all embarrassed about it personally but when I do people sometimes pity me even sometimes saying something to the effect of "You need to find a girl"....but I honestly don't feel like that's what I'd really want now or even into college for that matter. There's next to never a time I've felt that "Head over heels" truly in love feeling so many other teens talk about. Eh........maybe I just haven't meet someone quite that special....or romance isn't something I would really want in the end. Who know's ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Well yeah, only I can know for sure but I'll be soul searching until the answer shows up Thoughts ? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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