Kyla Garcia. 18. Lonely soul.
Anonymous said: I go to college next year and I live in NY. I'm thinking of going to Florida but the school I really looked into was in North Carolina. But when I brought up going to the school in NC my boyfriend totally freaked out. He would like me to go to Florida so we can live together after 2 years. I don't think I'm ready for that. I want to tell him but I'm not sure how..
(23 hours ago) 13 notes
Honestly just be straight up with him. Let me tell you a story that happened to someone I know. She wanted to go to college in Michigan but her boyfriend wanted to go to college in New York. He ended up getting the gates scholorship to go anywhere he wanted. So he applies to the same school as her. They both get accepted to college in Michigan and everything’s good. At the last minute her parent plus loan got denied so she couldn’t go to that college. Since he already accepted he ended up going to college in Michigan, somewhere he didn’t even want to be at. She ended up staying in their home state which is GA. He moves back and they’re not even together anymore. Now they go to two separate college and aren’t even together anymore. I said that to say do what’s best for you. Tell him you want to go to this college in a nice way, but be 100 with him. Let him know you’re willing to do the long distance thing but if neither one of y’all wanna do that then let each other go and don’t hold each other back from reaching y’all full potential. If you two are meant to be then someway or somehow y’all will end back up together. Don’t do something you’re not ready to. Remember you’re trying to go to college out of state, there’s no more parents to crawl back to if the apartment idea doesn’t work out. Now if you want to go to Florida go because that’s the college you want to go to. Me personally I still wouldn’t move In with him. Freshmen year you usually have to stay on campus anyways. Please think this decision through carefully.