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Love Relationships

While there are few things more rewarding than the feeling of finishing yet another year of lectures, tests and presentations, the end of the school year can also provide some not-so-ideal scenarios for the love lives of many collegiettes. Between study abroad trips, summer internships and graduation, many girls often find themselves faced with some tough decisions regarding their significant other come the end of the semester. And while everyone’s relationship is different, we spoke with Carole Lieberman, M.D., psychiatrist and author of Bad Girls: Why Men Love Them & How Good Girls Can...
Almost exactly one year ago, I found myself in a place I had never really been before — I was single. Since I was about twelve, I had made a habit of getting into relationships with guy after guy after guy. After breaking up with my boyfriend of nearly a year and a half last January I decided that I would make a concerted effort to stay single. I wanted to focus on my relationship with myself, rather than have my sense of self be attached to a guy. I felt a bit like a character in a sub-par romantic comedy by making that declaration, but it was important to me.
Why can't real-life relationships be more like the ones we see onscreen? Here's our countdown of the nine best fictional boyfriends.  1. Noah from The Notebook (2004) With his combination of charm, sincerity and adventurous spirit, Noah has all of the ingredients to be the perfect boyfriend. He knows what he wants, and he'll do whatever it takes to get it, even if that means dangling off a Ferris wheel. Let's face it: Ryan Gosling in any role is our dream boyfriend.  Memorable quote: "I want all of you, forever. You and me, every day." 2. Nick from New Girl  From the moment that Jess moved...