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    I am in year 13 now and I'm starting to wish I'd gotten myself a boyfriend when in KS3 or stuff.
    I was never fussed about getting a boyfriend and knew I'd just wait until sixth form or uni.
    Now I'm at the end of sixth form, at an all girls school I just feel like I wouldn't know how to act in a proper relationship.
    I should have eased myself in slowly when I was a bit younger when relationships weren't sexual and they were just a bit of fun.

    AHHHHH any advice? Does anyone else feel like this lol.
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    I am in year 13 now and I'm starting to wish I'd gotten myself a boyfriend when in KS3 or stuff.
    I was never fussed about getting a boyfriend and knew I'd just wait until sixth form or uni.
    Now I'm at the end of sixth form, at an all girls school I just feel like I wouldn't know how to act in a proper relationship.
    I should have eased myself in slowly when I was a bit younger when relationships weren't sexual and they were just a bit of fun.

    AHHHHH any advice? Does anyone else feel like this lol.
    I also feel like the longer I wait before having sex the more anxious and self conscious I'll be.
    There's a boy who keeps asking me out but he's not my type. Should I just go out with him before uni for the dating experience?
 
 
 
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