Dating your neighbor
One of the good things about dating someone in your dorm is that you’ve probably already gone out together, just with a group of people.
This is a great way to see how the two of you interact with each other.
Don't overcompensate with fake happiness: You don't have to pretend to like what's happening, so don't overdo it with sappy sweet congrats and good wishes ... If you get caught in a confrontation, just smile, have a pre-planned friendly sentence or two to recite, keep it short and sweet, and move on.
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Besides some concern for how thin the walls separating us were, I was amused by the thought that because he watches two of my favorite shows all the time, we would probably be BFFs.
I didn’t know it when we kissed or when we woke up together or when we went to get coffee.
Not until a month into our neighbors-with-benefits relationship, while sitting on our shared stoop, did she tell me about her husband and their recent split. In my juvenility, it’s likely I said “cool” or “rad.”Jessie was older and generally wiser than I was. I found symbolism and suggestion in our mirror-identical rooms, one floor removed.