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I’ve spent all of college pining for a relationship, but I don’t think it’s what I really want or need at the moment if I’m being entirely honest with myself.I want to meet new guys, have control over the situation, and experiment while I’m still young and allowed to be a bit irresponsible with love.” Hooking Up: The Passive Approach Senior at Temple University Anna Hyclak has put dating on a lower pedestal than usual. As Hyclak points out, focusing less on guys makes them more prevalent in her life.She says, “I’m a lot more laid-back about it [hooking-up], because I know that I'm not going to be around here for too much longer, so anything that could happen would already have an expiration date, which, interestingly, seems to make guys more interested.” Anna attributes this unintentional increase in action to her new attitude: “I think because I'm just carefree. I feel like in other semesters I was, but now I’m just like ‘whatever’, and I think guys pick up on those kinds of vibes.” Perhaps increased hooking up is a simple result of a common symptom of senioritis—indifference. Guys have become a supporting detail, a footnote, a random quote to fill in the spaces—not the thesis.
It is also, however, characterized by a mixture of complex emotions, both positive and negative. I’m ready to just hook-up with guys I think are cute and fun and down for some casual encounters.Add the fact that a lot of first relationships happen in high school — when people are hyped up on hormones and don't yet have fully developed brains — and it's no wonder that first love often ends in heartbreak.You could look back on that time and groan about how immature you were, or you could recognize all of the important lessons you learned that make dating We choose to do the latter.I mean, why did I think I had to commit in the first place?Maybe because I was a girl and thought it was my role to care more than the guy?