A future spouse maybe waiting back in the past, and if that fails, there's always your old college friends. Or do you know a couple who have been together that long?
After joking with a friend about Oliver's dating plan I started to count the other instances of high school acquaintances getting together with each other only after graduation and could identify almost a dozen. I decided to reach out to a few of these high school friends and find out.If it's no surprise to get an invite to his family's summer reunion, this guy might be a keeper."When you’re dating someone, how you get along with their family is so important because they’re always going to be there," says relationship expert Wendy Walsh Ph. The same is true for your family—if they never stop asking about what your buddy is up to, it’s fair to say they already approve.And as much as you hate to admit it, your family can sometimes see what’s best for you even before you can.You're both totally obsessed with your savings accounts. These are the top things that break people up, she says, which is why a solid friendship can sometimes be the best precursor to love—you already have that foundation of similarities and shared values.