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As a member of the Auburn Family, what are you thankful for? It was foundational for the kind of person I am and still aspire to be.


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Meeting someone new can be a thrilling experience. New stories, new experiences, new energy!

It can almost feel like a fresh start. Yes, people can be friend zoned just as easily as any teen vampire-love triangle movie may suggest….

By being there for someone as a friend, it opens up thoughts and conversations the two of you may not have as a couple. You want them to declare their undying love for you while in a hot tub on a school ski trip last movie reference, I SWEAR.

But, by being there as a friend first, you can assure them that they will always have someone in their corner. You can find out their likes and dislikes and know them better than anyone ever has.

While going into any new relationship head-first and heart open can be amazing, it can also sometimes end up a complete disaster. BUT, do not feel like you have to wait around for anyone! If it is evident that nothing is going to progress by a certain point, decide if you want to keep them in your Housewives wants real sex Fairbury Illinois or tell them to pack their things and go.

You deserve better!

Long story short, take your time and build up to the excitement! They say the best relationships start from friendships, so why not take that chance?

And worse comes to worse, you get a good Nsa sex partner Thompson Pennsylvania out of the deal…or a funny story to tell your girlfriends in the future! An Auburn native, Tatianna enjoys college football, photography and obscure Netflix movies. She aspires to be a screenwriter and producer, if she can just make it through college. A New Love Relationships.

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