Three Months Into My First Relationship
Start writing a post

Three Months Into My First Relationship

How am I doing, you might ask?

Three Months Into My First Relationship

Back at the end of May (literally the day before Memorial Day), I was asked out by my current boyfriend.

Over text.

While I was grocery shopping with my dad.

Yes, I know very romantic 10/10. I hope you can sense my overwhelming sarcasm in my previous sentence.

So since then, I would say that it's been a pretty relaxing summer knowing that I actually have someone that I can call my significant other or even more so, my boyfriend (yes, we are finally in the official title range. He was the first to initiate the titles). I have a good feeling that maybe a few are wondering how I'm doing and what's been going on since I was asked out. Well, I'm here to tell you in a simple sentence. This is that sentence:

I still don't know how to relationship.

Yep, that's right. You heard it here. I still don't know how the hell I'm still in this relationship and how anyone likes me to have me as a girlfriend. Like I said already countless times, this is my very first long-term relationship that I am so confused on what to do.

But other than me being so confused and have no clue how to relationship when the person I'm in a relationship currently knows how-to, I'll say the things that have been working out for me.

Well, one thing is for sure, I can remember that the 26th of May is the day he asked me out and that I got to remember the 26th of every month is one month of dating him. Unless it's the time back when it was our one month and we both collectively forgot because again, it's been a month (also I had a field trip for work that day and it was a very fun field trip and my mind was there. Don't judge me).

Another thing is now I'm now used to being called "babe" and other pet names. I'm just not used to saying them back just yet.

Third, I finally have something to hold him to, and while he doesn't like it it will be a good laugh for the future. Long story short, I sprained my ankle when he picked me up suddenly when we saw each other for the first time in months and he set me down quickly (he's still sorry for it but my ankle still hurts at times from it. It's healed now).

But in conclusion, I'm honestly lucky to have him in my life now. I know that this meeting or interaction was through a mutual friend (hey Sam and Tucker) but I'm glad we met through that.

Although we both do have our moments (me with just being me and him being an idiot in general), I think that we complement each other pretty well.

So here's to 1/4 of a year dating someone and to many more to come.

Report this Content
This article has not been reviewed by Odyssey HQ and solely reflects the ideas and opinions of the creator.

How I Celebrate Valentine's Day

Every person, every couple celebrates Valentines in different ways, but there are a few things to keep in mind.

How I Celebrate Valentine's Day

Ah, Valentines Day, a day of excitement for some and heart break for many. There are three kinds of people on Valentine's Day: the ones who make it a big deal, a little deal, and those who are single, but Valentine's Day can be fun for anyone if you have the right spirit in mind.

Keep Reading... Show less
Warner Bros. Television

1. You don't have to feel guilty about flirting with customers for tips (or just for shits and giggles).

2. You can be obnoxiously flirtatious with anyone you want. You are free to be that girl that flirts with everybody and makes 'em all smile (it's especially fun when the guy is as cute as Collin Jost). No shame.

3. Making random men nervous with your superior beauty and intense eye contact just for the hell of it is really amusing and empowering.

4. No one gives two poops if ya legs are hairy (your man shouldn't either but *Kermit the Frog meme* That's none of my business)

Keep Reading... Show less

Black History Month? Try Black History Year

What does Black History Month mean to you?


African Americans have done so much and will forever be remembered for their accomplishments. In my opinion, there is no such thing as Black History Month. All year, we should celebrate the amazing poetry, music, inventions, and accomplishments that has surfaced over the last 100 years. Let's take a look...

Keep Reading... Show less

A TikTok Ban? Nope, That's Not Happening

We've seen this movie before with the popular social media app.


Here we go again. There's a groundswell of support to ban TikTok in the United States.

Keep Reading... Show less
Content Inspiration

Top 3 Response Articles of This Week

Check out what's trending on Odyssey!

writing on a page with a hand holding a pen as if the person is beginning to write something

Looking for some inspiration to kick off your Monday? Check out these articles by our talented team of response writers! From poetry to tips for manifesting your dream life, there's something for everyone.

Keep Reading... Show less

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Facebook Comments