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    I'm 18 years old and will be studying at a top university this autumn onwards if I meet my offer. I'm looking forward to growing up and being independent but equally, I know that I need to start making an active effort to socialise etc. I'd say I'm a friendly, likeable person, who strikes a good balance between studying and having a good social life. However, I haven't been involved in a relationship before. Is it reasonable for me to sit back, not worry and just hope that someone good will come along?
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    Hey

    I'm 18 years old and will be studying at a top university this autumn onwards if I meet my offer. I'm looking forward to growing up and being independent but equally, I know that I need to start making an active effort to socialise etc. I'd say I'm a friendly, likeable person, who strikes a good balance between studying and having a good social life. However, I haven't been involved in a relationship before. Is it reasonable for me to sit back, not worry and just hope that someone good will come along?
    Yeah, at the perfect time, I know it's a bit cliche, but when you become the best version of yourself, that's when they do come or pop up.. it happened to me. And it just happened and was the best thing ever . So, let things fall into its place.. Just stay true to yourself and your core and you will be fine.
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      I'm 18 years old and will be studying at a top university this autumn onwards if I meet my offer. I'm looking forward to growing up and being independent but equally, I know that I need to start making an active effort to socialise etc. I'd say I'm a friendly, likeable person, who strikes a good balance between studying and having a good social life. However, I haven't been involved in a relationship before. Is it reasonable for me to sit back, not worry and just hope that someone good will come along?
      In modern world. No.

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      It think you can, as long as your social and nice something will work out.
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      Perhaps. Put yourself out there,be more social and in time,if it's meant to be,it'll be
     
     
     
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