Conversely, these posts stay in the internet universe forever, so if you made up from a fight your mean words are still out there for your partner to see.
If you've both got cellphones staying in touch throughout the day is a piece of cake.
You may find someone to date that is part of your circle of friends; this is fine, just keep your relationship separate from them.
You can do this by not including your friends in arguments you and your boyfriend/girlfriend have or being overly affectionate while in the group.
Keep a journal to get your frustrations out or write a letter when you're mad that gets torn up and thrown away after it's been written.
Your friends will come to you with stories about your boyfriend or girlfriend that may not make you happy.
Friends who aren't in relationships might feel worse about their situation when they're constantly reminded how happy you are.But, using up all your boyfriend's/girlfriend's data and blowing up their phone could get annoying.Keep texts under control by only sending one or two "just because" texts in a day at most.If you have dated in high school, you already know there is a lot that goes into it besides just hanging out with someone you like.Your friends probably get too involved and your parents are overprotective.Make sure to plan alone time and it won't be so hard to separate your relationship from your friendships in group settings.You may be in love or fighting with your boyfriend/girlfriend, but the rest of the world doesn't need to hear about it repeatedly.Just be careful about who you listen to when rumors start.If an issue comes up, do not start talking to your friends before you talk to the person who you are dating.If he or she is not ready to move on to the level of intimacy you are ready for, do not pressure the person.The only thing that pressuring will do is make the person either resent you later or scare him or her off.