If you’re a college freshman, there's a good chance you've heard about the “turkey dump.” The crudely-named phenomenon allegedly occurs over Thanksgiving break, when college students go back home and end things with their high school sweethearts. Here, we address all the questions you've been dying to ask!
With high school relationships on the brain this time of year, is attempting to answer the eternal question: do high school relationships last? Some relationships do, some relationships don’t, and there’s no crystal ball that will tell you which camp you fall into. Every person's situation is different, but we’ve rounded up a variety of real-life stories, addressing nearly every possible outcome, from brutal breakups to marriages lasting over 40 years.
They quickly discovered that they still felt the spark that had been there when they were 17 years old.
Plenty of high school students assume they have their identities all figured out.Listening to Limp Bizkit.(Kids who don’t get the reference, please do yourselves a favor by not Googling that.)In the midst of all this turmoil, when the vast majority of emotional decisions you make will eventually mortify adult you, how is it possible to find the person who completes you?Hell, I would be terrified to marry anyone I met during high school. I’m here stressing over what Netflix show I should binge next, and they’re out there committing to other people for the rest of their lives. Turns out, that’s just another way of saying that all of my friends are getting married.