“If a person isn’t prepared to have difficult or uncomfortable conversations, they have no business getting into relationships where they could hurt other people.”
“Friend dates allow you to take the initiative you need to establish a strong connection with someone else, especially for those who feel like they aren’t lucky enough to stumble into perfect friendships of their own.”
“Ironically enough, living with thousands of peers can feel dramatically isolating. It’s as though everyone can find someone that wants to be around them all the time, or at least for an hour around 1 a.m.”
Dating on its own is fairly complicated but when you throw in masks, a six feet physical buffer and the fear of catching a deadly virus, it becomes all the more daunting — but it doesn’t have to be. Here are a few creative tips for dating in a pandemic.
No matter their relationship status, Butler students are finding different ways to handle love in quarantine.
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