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"I met one of my ex-boyfriends on Facebook and things went really well for us," she says, adding, "I've also gained a lot of close friends by using it."Becca, who has been dating her Tinder boyfriend IRL for two months now, offers this advice: "Of course there's the risk of meeting creeps on dating sites, but there's that risk when you meet people offline too.
If you're smart about it, I think it's a great way to get to know someone.
"I met him in real life unintentionally," she says.
"We saw each other at the mall when we were both waiting to go see a movie." Until then, Becca and her now-boyfriend's only contact was through Tinder—they messaged every day for almost three months.
At her senior prom in Texas, Becca was surrounded by hundreds of friends, classmates, and teachers she'd grown up with.
Your friends probably get too involved and your parents are overprotective.
Sometimes you have to be patient and again, respect the person you are dating.
If he or she is not ready to move on to the level of intimacy you are ready for, do not pressure the person.
Your friends will come to you with stories about your boyfriend or girlfriend that may not make you happy.
These stories could be made up or an exaggeration of the truth.These factors can cause a lot of stress in your relationship and are a few of the reasons why many high school love affairs do not last.