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Highs and lows of dating

Now, as a twenty-five year old ICU nurse who is unable to sleep on her comfortable air-bed while on break at work due to an exasperating realization of the “high” and “lows” of dating, Greg Behrendt’s “He’s Just Not That Into You” has become her guiding bible.

Hence, my blog: The "Highs" and "Lows" of Dating The older I get, the more I realize that dating becomes more and more of a sport, and the idea of love slowly, yet surely, drifts away into nonexistence.

Ironically, the more and more I want to love, the more and even more I am dragged into believing that maybe “love” is just not for me.

The out of nowhere, I can sense his interest isn't there anymore.

We’re working on it even when we’re not working on it. We had to take on those leadership roles, whether we wanted to or not.

Dating an intelligent person can be a double-edged sword.

You get the perks of having a girlfriend/boyfriend with a high IQ, but you are also subjected to the disadvantages of dating someone who knows more than you do.

” (Because I'm f*cking fabulous, you hipster douchebag). So yes, there are a lot of kickass aspects to dating someone older than you: maturity. Or feeling acutely insecure about the lack of money in your bank account or being deemed nothing more than “arm candy” by their friends. I pay an arm and a leg to live in a six-story walkup and literally live paycheck to paycheck. And all I have is $250 in my checking account, and the only card I have is a Sephora beauty insider card. One of my favorite parts of dating up is the interesting, dynamic group of friends they've garnered in their years.