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The Learning Hours is a dating advice column for singles. This isn’t a new feature, this is more of a therapy column! It basically introduces readers to some new #ishemoredating advice from dating experts. Great column, often done in real time by personality coach and dating coach Katie Wechsler and intimacy therapist, Therapist Peter Falvey.
Mr. Douchebag Professor was a teenaged douchebag who was all over his new girlfriend. (Instagram)
Currently, a healthy matchmaking service and online dating app are supporting college students dating for the first time. The service, called DatesThatLaunch and has a student section that functions like an online dating service featuring student advice.
The forum is “A dating advice column to provide local college students with dating advice for college students” by Therapist Peter Falvey.
Q: I started dating a boy who used to be my ex-step-brother. At the time I thought he wasn’t so bad, however, ever since I’ve started dating him and we’ve been talking on the phone every night, we feel totally dirty and dirty and it all makes me feel really disgusted. And if I’m brutally honest with myself, I think he’s probably gotten a little bit too close for comfort. I’m only 17, this guy’s 18, I think the age difference is less of a problem than the fact that he’s sexual and I don’t yet know if I can handle that. Well, he’s sexually and emotionally attracted to me. But I have so many trust issues that I’m unsure whether I can continue a relationship with him. Should I keep going on dates with him or stop? Or am I just being too sensitive about something that’s going to pass? Please give me some advice. — Farrah
A: The age difference may be less of a problem than the fact that he’s sexual and I don’t yet know if I can handle that. Well, he’s sexually and emotionally attracted to me. But I have so many trust issues that I’m unsure whether I can continue a relationship with him. Should I keep going on dates with him or stop? Or am I just being too sensitive about something that’s going to pass? Please give me some advice. — Farrah
Q: My ex-girlfriend broke up with me because I was late. She was three days late to class, four days late to curfew, then late for everything else. I’ve worked hard my whole life and this just shattered my self-esteem. I’m trying my best not to hurt her feelings but I would really appreciate some advice on dating because I’m struggling a bit. I don’t know if I should keep it to myself and tell someone my ex is acting up, or just pretend it’s OK and keep going. — Ashley
A: You may be feeling some self-esteem and trust issues, and while some of this was your fault, other times it was definitely not, and to blame yourself does no one any good. Either way, if you’re currently dating this person, then you owe it to yourself to take responsibility for not being on time. Your school isn’t making you spend a full five years of your life reading short stories about meet cute, so if you’re having trouble managing schoolwork and studying and also falling behind on the feelings department, you have to work on them. Talk about them with your counselor, and work on them as a unit and not in one big chunk. Do everything you can to minimize the extra energy you put into your relationships.
Don’t ask him to discuss his parenting or whatever life happened to put you in this state, but make sure that you do discuss your feelings with him because you need to be able to feel good about yourself. Your current feelings about your ex-girlfriend and your ex-boyfriend, is they’re completely unrelated; if you’re not telling your partner or your other partner, why should they know?