When I first started college, I went out with a really cute girl and I felt like we really connected. At the end of the evening, we spent quite a bit of time more than I am willing to confess sitting in her driveway talking. For me, the chemistry was hitting on all cylinders and I was having a great time. More than I had ever done before, I talked her ear off sharing a lot of personal things about myself more than I am willing to confess.
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When I applied to attend Brigham Young University, I felt fairly prepared for the change that was to come. The academics, the religious outlook, and even the harsh winters that my Arizona home knew nothing about. When it comes to the dating game, I often feel like my instruction manual accidentally got placed in a Monopoly box, so coming to BYU was a bit nerve-racking. From the day I applied, friends and family alike had their own reactions, but most of them settled around the idea of "marriage. I was going from single-high-schooler to married-college-kid, all within my first year of attending this school. Needless to say, I was terrified.
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