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How did you handle relationships during school?

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I haven't gotten laid once since school started. I've been in the library studying all day. Also, the girls in my program are way too old for me. And the hottest one is knocked up. There are tons of cute girls at my school, but I feel like I don't have the energy to even approach a girl anymore. Last year was great because I had more time during my prereqs and ****.

This is one time I wish I wasn't single.

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Uh, this is the only thing you're worried about right now? Really? Why don't you focus on school & not uhhh... THAT.

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I second the SERIOUSLY comment. Lol

And I will third it. Lol

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I haven't gotten laid once since school started. I've been in the library studying all day. Also, the girls in my program are way too old for me. And the hottest one is knocked up. There are tons of cute girls at my school, but I feel like I don't have the energy to even approach a girl anymore. Last year was great because I had more time during my prereqs and ****.

This is one time I wish I wasn't single.

Don't listen to the other posters, I am a guy and I feel you because you will see the same girls all four years. Interesting why females are perusing the male nursing forum....anyway....

Typical nursing girl:

1. College age but long-term BF since HS or whatever (Most common)

2. Older and married with kids

3. Your age once again and has a fiance

4. Too weird or type-A for you to go after (SO many type-A girls...)

5. Other (not attracted too etc)

6. Single and attractive

In a typical nursing cohort of 40-50 there are maybe a COUPLE girls you could go after/hook up with but I caution you because it could bite you in the ass later since you will work with them ALL the time. It happened to me and was kind of awkward at times.

My advice would be to make friends with some of the girls and get them to introduce you to their other friends. Seriously this is the best way to go about it without screwing yourself over.

Trust me I know how you feel, I felt like I was locked in a jail for 4 years looking through the window at all of the Comm and Psych classes with beautiful women. I felt like I missed out on some of that college experience because after freshman year it was literally just nursing classes and no more variety. Iknowthatfeelbro.jpeg

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To the OP: why don't you do what other busy people do to meet people of the opposite sex these days, which is create a dating profile on a free website such as Plenty Of Fish or OKCupid?

There are many attractive college-aged females on those websites who are seeking a responsible, educated guy in their age range for casual dating and hookups. This is just a thought.

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^ I know people that have used plenty of fish with success so you could try that too

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Don't listen to the other posters, I am a guy and I feel you because you will see the same girls all four years. Interesting why females are perusing the male nursing forum....anyway....

I wasn't "perusing" the male nursing forum. It came up on the last viewed list on my phone.

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Or do what the people on 'Scrubbed In' do & go to a bar. They seem to get enough action. :\

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I wasn't "perusing" the male nursing forum. It came up on the last viewed list on my phone.

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So you are category number 1? lol

I know his feel because everyone says "OH you are so lucky to be a guy in nursing school, so many girls!" when in reality its not that great and probably a lot better to be a social science or some other liberals arts major.

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