Now what? May 9, 2018 Freeform The first kiss my boyfriend and I shared as friends-who-now-know-they-like-each-other was nothing short of terrifying. I pulled him into what I thought would be a sweeping, spark-filled smooch and he just stood there, hardly moving.
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I think this is a desire many young people face. Our society is so focused on love and the idea of dating, that we all feel so constantly pressured to quickly get ourselves into a relationship. Relationships that happen on the spur of the moment tend to not end too well, and I can relate to that. Of course I had my cute little relationships in middle school where I thought I was in love, but really, I had no idea what love even was or why I was in the relationship in the first place. This is all because I was pressed to believe that just simply being in a relationship made everything better.
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The next day I asked her out. Turns out she felt the same way and immediately said yes. We spent the next six months making out, going to movies, making out, going to dinner, making out… okay mostly just making out. Brain love chemicals fading. Infatuation evaporating.