Most of those lessons are about maintaining a sense of independence in a relationship, prioritizing communication, and knowing what you deserve." — Katie, 25"I learned that it was extremely selfish of me to expect him to solve all my emotional problems, and that to be happy in a relationship you must first be happy with yourself.
You gotta share positivity, not burdens." — loveforthelie via Reddit."I learned so many lessons in my early relationships: Learn to communicate what you want, don't let someone else define who you are, it's important to meet halfway, but don't compromise yourself or the things you want out of the yourself or the relationship or your life, remember to enjoy your own life outside of the relationship — maintain your friendships, and don't stop doing the things you want to do for you.
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Just because you have only a small locker to use for space doesn’t mean you can’t make it look special!
Scrolling through Pinterest to find these locker tips and tricks made me realize something: lockers were really lame when I was in high school.
I used to randomly forget how to do this all the time, and then I’d feel too silly to ask anyone around me. Before you start decorating, clean up your space to make sure it’s as neat as possible. Go all out with a rug, wallpaper, lighting and more! You can write important things you need to remember there. Use Washi tape to create cute locker accessories – the tissue box is genius! Make the space look super pretty by making these little hanging pom-poms.
It’s nice to look into a fun locker instead of boring one. Use fun Duck Tape for hanging picture frames and more. Keep everything organized by remembering these tips. Keep your class schedule on the inside of your door for those days you completely blank on where you’re supposed to be. Make beautiful magnets to hold up papers or pictures.
But, my first boyfriend actually gave me great advice: If someone wants to make it work, they will." — Dasha, 26"In past relationships, I somehow adopted the idea that if we had to talk about an issue, we were done for.
This led to me breaking up with every guy I dated until I met my current partner.
So, we asked people to tell us the solid dating lessons they learned and advice they heard when they first started dating.