Questions in my life right now

Duct Tape Fairy's picture

Is it wrong to date someone you aren't really attracted to just because you've never dated before and want to have that experience before you go off to college? Is it possible to become more into someone once you start dating? If you like someone as a friend, and you have a lot in common with them, is is possible to develop a romantic relationship? Is it wrong to date someone to get over someone else?


grey_n_blue_stars's picture

NO, YES, YES, and NO

NO, YES, YES, and NO

"Here I lay
still and breathless
just like always
still I want some more"
- Deftones

hellonwheels's picture

though I've never dated, I would agree w/ grey n blue stars

No, Yes, Yes and no.

the mouse that roared's picture

Go for it

It might turn into something more, it might not. If you decide you don't think it's going to work out and you don't want to deal with it, stop dating them.

I had never been asked out before when a guy I go contra dancing with asked me out. I wasn't wildly attracted to him, and I kind of worried about that a lot when we went on our date, but I'm still glad I dated him because it gave me some experience under my belt. Now everything's happy and we're just flirting buddies. :) (He has a girlfriend now). I guess what I'm trying to say is give it a shot, but listen to yourself, too, and make sure there's clear communication on all fronts.

Are you hanging on to something useless just because you think it's beautiful?
--William Zinsser

cherryredlipgloss's picture

1. Not really, not unless you

1. Not really, not unless you plan on doing something that might hurt them simply because they like you more than you like them.
2. Yes. Hell yeah.
3. Depending on the circumstances, yes.
4. Same as #1.
Michelle ma belle
these are words that go together well.....
-The Beatles

fuzi's picture

I'd add no, YES, YES, and pro

I'd add no, YES, YES, and sorta. As for #4, you can do it, but be careful.