I'm making this post just to try and get some other opinions really,
Well, I've been dating my boyfriend 2 and a half years and we were getting to know each other and liked each other for around 10 months previous to making it official, I've been through lots of **** personally in this time and he's supported me through it and we've also made it through increasingly stressful exam times whilst both having multiple part time jobs.
We originally lived a distance away but have recently moved (through family) to living around 10 minutes walk from each other. We travel to and from college together, spending time in college together also. In the evenings we spend time together studying and eating together. We often stay at each others houses for days on end, especially in holidays. We spend lots and lots of time together, practically living together.
We both go to university in September and plan on going to the same place (not because of each other, but the university is best in the country for both our courses)
We've been thinking about moving in together maybe in joint student accommodation or 'couple flats'. We've talked about the pluses and possible issues such as pressure and stress with each other, however I think that we are very strong, when we go to uni we will have been together around 3 years, it is something we both really want.
I've read other threads on topics such as this, we are eager to make new (separate) friends as we are on very different courses, mine being quite a small group of students and join different societies to make sure we don't isolate ourselves.
I just really wanted to get other people's opinions or advice if you've known something similar to our situation (please be nice :P )
Any advice or thoughts you could give us would be appreciated!
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Last edited by Rock Fan; 06-12-2014 at 14:02. Reason: swear filter
- 04-12-2014 22:12
- 04-12-2014 22:28
From what you say I think it could work despite this being a very testing time of change, new challenges and altered feeling risks. Go with your instinct.