Finding Your Snow College Soulmate

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Snow College students Cody Kimball and Brynnlee Kimball got married over Christmas break. Photo courtesy of Hawkeye Photography.

Snow College students Cody Kimball and Brynnlee Kimball got married over Christmas break. Photo courtesy of Hawkeye Photography.

With the spring semester upon us, it is time to meet new people and hopefully spark a relationship. Sometimes love is found where it’s least expected, so keep an open mind and have fun.

The purpose of this article is to give advice to people who are looking to find their soulmate here at Snow College. While this advice is generally good to follow, certain situations might need a different approach.

The first piece of advice is to take it easy and go slow. There is no need to rush into a new relationship with the first person who shows the slightest bit of interest. Take time to become friends with the person to see if their quirks are something that you can handle.

The second piece of advice is to love yourself and to take control of your happiness. It is critical that you love yourself as you are if you expect another person to love you. If you love yourself then there is less of a chance that the person you are with will try to make you change to fit their idea of a perfect person.

Also, take happiness by the hand and run. If you aren’t happy in the relationship that you are in, get out! There is no question about it. But if someone makes you giddy beyond belief, take the time to get to know that person. It’s the people that make you smile that make life worth living.

The third and last piece of advice is stop waiting around for your soulmate to come into your life and swoop you off the couch. Go out and have fun with your friends. Some students think that the activities on campus aren’t their thing because all they want is to be with their soulmate already. However, going to these activities is where you meet people. Snow College Crushes is a great way to anonymously post about a person, but it isn’t going to get you a date.

In conclusion, get out there Badgers, and have fun dating. This time in your life is meant to be enjoyed — not just endured.

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