If you are a university student, what do you think your relationship status will be at the end of the university life? If you already graduated from university, what was your relationship status for that time frame? I made a theory that assumes there could be 18 types of relationship status during your university life. See if you can find yours among these 18 types. But before going to details let me explain how my theory works.
Suppose the time you are/were a student of university is a blue lined box. And mark yourself as red arrow while you are going /went through that blue lined box. Also put a different color arrow(s) for your partner(s) in that box depending on the relationship status. PUFF!! you get your relationship diagram. And now I think I should tell you the underlying assumptions of my theory.
Assumption 1: You are/were not married while you are/were student of university.
Assumption 2: you dated only one partner at a time.
Assumption 3: you didn’t dated your university teacher.
If you don’t fulfill the requirement of the assumptions, you will not find your relationship diagram in 18 diagrams given below. And now let me explain the 18 cases for you so that you can find your diagram.
If you face any problem understanding the diagrams, please see the explanation below.
Case 1: You were/are single throughout the university life.
Case 2: You entered with your partner and remained with him/her and you both graduate together.
Case 3: You got admitted in one university and your partner got in another. But you two remained together and finished your university life together.
Case 4: You admitted with your partner but in the middle you guys broke up. And you remained single for rest of the university life.
Case 5: You were single when you got admitted but you got your partner during your university time and graduate with him/her.
Case 6: You and your partner got admitted in different university and in the middle of university life you broke up. Rest of the university life you stay single.
Case 7: You were single when you got admitted. But at the first semester you got your girl friend. you remained with him/her through out the university period but broke up at the time of graduation.
Case 8: You and your partner entered in the university together and broke up at some point. Then you get a new partner and graduate with him/her.
Case 9: You were single at the beginning. then you met someone outside of your university and fall in love. You continue the relation even after your graduation.
Case 10: You get admitted and graduate as single but throughout the university life you EXPLORED and continuously changed your partner.
Case 11: You begin as single but then you changed your partner several times. Before you graduate you finally find THE ONE for you and graduate with him/her.
Case 12: You entered with one partner but due to study pressure or some other reason you couldn’t give time to each other and eventually broke up. Later you got a new partner from outside of the university and continue the relation.
Case 13: You were single for the whole university period except for one or two semester.
Case 14: You and your partner got admitted in different university and broke up in the middle. then you get new partner from your university and graduate.
Case 15: You enter and exit as single but in the middle you had a relation for one or two years.
Case 16: Together you and your partner got admitted in university. At some point of university life you guys get married and when you graduate, you may already have kid(s).
Case 17: You were single at the beginning. Then your parents forced you (or in your own wish) to get married with someone from your university. And you might have kid(s) by the time you graduate.
Case 18: Same as previous one. Your parents forced you (or in your own wish) to get married with someone outside of university. And you might have kid(s) by the time you graduate.
I assume by this time you have found your relationship frame. Now match which case are you from the following 18 possible types of relation format in university time frame.