“We didn’t do everything together,” said Stephanie.“We let each other have his or her own independence.I’m coming to these conclusions about high school relationships from things I’ve noticed over the years as well as stories that my friends, co-workers, and even my boyfriend told me about their high school flings.Sorry to break it to you, but the conclusions are grim: High school relationships often don’t have happy endings.But I’m not going to lie and act like the chances of that are all that high. Most relationships fail, and high school is definitely not an exception to the rule.
You might think that makes me totally unqualified to write this post, but hear me out.But we always remained best friends.” Fifty years after high school graduation and two children later, Gee is confident it was meant to be.“We could always talk to each other, and laugh at each other’s jokes, laugh at each other’s idiosyncrasies.By the time you two come back home for winter break, it's time for that inevitable talk. One of my best friends not only continued her high school relationship in college, she also ended up at the same college as her boyfriend at the time.This might seem like the ideal situation for those of you who are seniors in high school and can't imagine not being around your BF/GF in college. Yeah, they managed to drag it out for another two years or so before it imploded.