Dating a foreign exchange student
Don´t get me wrong, education is very important, but that doesn´t mean you can´t learn anything outside of school.
Besides, it´s called `studying abroad` for a reason (although I think many exchange students can agree with me that this is not always the main activity) And again, it is NOT throwing away a year.
The best time to make plans or exchange info is in the moment when she's enjoying your conversation.
To answer your questions: You could try sending another message after a few days since your last.
Some people are just not up for new experiences but that doesn´t mean we should be held back by that. Unfortunately I already signed up for this thing called an exchange year, so I can´t be doing that anymore since I´ll be too busy learning a new language, trying to fit in with my new family, going to school, adapting to the culture and eating (don´t even try to deny it).
3 ¨I would love to go abroad but I love my parents/friends too much, I could never leave them for one year¨ Too bad for you then, but for us heartless people it´s much easier to do awesome stuff like this.
My only regret was not asking her for any sort of contact from her . For now, I'm assuming she doesn't have WIFI unless she goes near campus, but what if I was wrong and she isn't really interested or anything..which leads me to some pointers:1) Will she have an intention to date a local, considering she'll only be around for a year? I'd really wanna see her again and ask for her number but I haven't seen her around since we talked. Do you guys think maybe I should send her another message? :sad: she will show up eventally, and you go for the number and invinting, worst case scenario you get a lame excuse. you might never know, girls do some really unpredictable shit from time to time, and she might just have seen in it, and responded in her mind, but forgot to write (lol), that's why meeting her personally and confidentely works better.
About a day or two later, I found her Facebook and messaged Hi to her. 2) She mentioned she has friends to do stuff with, probably foreign students from her university too, and I would think that it'd be weird if she hung out with me. And the fact that campus is huge doesn't make it any easier to see her again. foreign students tend to be more open for conversation and casual sex, because well, she has a limited time there, and what happens in vegas... Congrats on pushing through your anxiety and talking to her. You got another lesson out of this as well which is to strike when the iron is hot.
For example, you are twice as likely to find a job within 12 months after you graduate. Brought her home for a bit bit we both had to finish school.But breakup is more likely, you'll be separated by a whole and long distance typically doesn't work for long periods of time without a lot of travel.Being on an exchange is awesome and that is one of the reasons exchange students like to talk about it.However, being an exchange student can also pretty hard for a couple of reasons, one of them being the ignorance they have to deal with.