flexityflex86 wrote:Is this a bad idea?
I've been seeing this girl for about two months now, and we connect really well - kind of a partners in crime kind of thing. I trust her in a way I haven't trusted other women I've been in relationships with before - never had fidelity trusting issues, but I mean I trust that I could do anythingggg and she'd back me up.
She wants to hang out all the time, and basically invites herself over, which is cool cause she normally cooks and just wants to make love, which sometimes it can be too much, but it's not like I'm gonna turn that down. She's very pretty, and interesting as well. She started pushing being in a relationship, saying she could "see herself marrying me", etc. and has brought up the idea of moving with me to the law school I go to.
It might be good having a partner while I'm in law school. At the schools I'm considering, I have people I met in college, but no real friends. On the other end, I'm kind of a maverick and have always performed my best while on my own. I've never needed real friends to adapt, network and thrive, though I'd prob be happier having people to share experiences with. I have a lot of annoying living habits (fall asleep to sports talk radio, smoke indoors, etc.) I don't really see myself having any drama with her, but I'm not sold I see her as like a potential wife, which is what moving in together would entail. I feel really connected to her, and really don't want to break her heart.
Sounds like she'd be trouble in 1L. A lot of indications that she's the type of girl that would be awesome and supportive as long as she feels you're giving her the attention and might go psycho flip out clinger mode if you don't.