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-- ANXIOUS IN THE MIDWEST DEAR ANXIOUS: As far as I know, there is no rule forbidding a college freshman continuing to date someone who is still in high school.
Because the choice is yours, I suggest you just let this play out.
It feels like the subtext is that our schedule is less important than our potential guests' and we should be prepared to entertain them whatever day they have open.
I think my boyfriend has more interest in the military or a vocational career than college, but he's very serious and mature for his age.
If you wish to continue seeing your current boyfriend, do so.
However, it would be better for both of you if it is done on a non-exclusive basis for the next few years.
DEAR ABBY: Several times recently when I have invited people to parties or dinners at our home, they have surprised me by responding with not only their regrets but also with a counteroffer.
For example: "Sorry, we're busy the evening of the 22nd, but could you have us over the following Thursday? I'm trying to invite them for a specific event, not open a negotiation.