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I was texting with a college professor friend last night about various things. He said he is ticked off about young men who won’t marry their girlfriends, and the young women who rationalize and defend their unmanly behavior.
I was having a conversation not long ago with a young woman — the daughter of a friend — who is in a relationship with a guy who is jobless, without a college degree, and still living at home with his parents. and going nowhere with this guy, or so it appears by her telling.By then, though, the unmarried men in your age cohort may well be dating women in their twenties.The choices you thought would be all but infinite, forever, are suddenly — even shockingly — constricted. Like I said, my wife and I won’t know if the way we’re raising our kids will make a difference in helping them to escape this trap.But it’s true: time passes much faster than you think it will, and before you know it, you’re in your thirties, and things get real serious.But it’s easy to pretend that you’re still young, and you have time yet to become an “adult,” in the sense of making commitments to marriage, to career, and even to family.No one gives you a list of choices; you’re left to find your own way.
College prepares almost no one for life in the workplace, and teaches you a lot of bad lessons and habits besides – in liberal arts, the ever-expanding roster of overly specialized classes means you’ll rarely get anything like a cohesive educational experience and will often end up learning very little in the long run; through grade inflation college devalues excellence and teaches sloth; through subtly (or not so subtly) cultivating a party culture it devalues restraint and temperance and builds habits of overindulgence and hedonism; by glorifying hookup culture it cultivates a notion that relations between men and women are transactional and transitory.I dated a girl from my hometown who was going to university here for several months shortly after moving, but it wasn’t a good relationship and it ended. I didn’t try that hard to meet people, and so unsurprisingly, I didn’t. The problem I think is that no one tells you how this works.No one tells you about how you’ll end up regretting the time you wasted just doing what made you feel good in the moment.Only no one tried to teach us about what really matters, let alone how to find out for ourselves, so instead we took our lessons about what we should want in life from popular culture, and isn’t that just a lovely place to get your values from.At such a young age, you don’t truly know what makes you happy.I recently met someone after several fruitless years experimenting with online dating, and it’s going well so far.