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Ilove you.but only on date 14: New survey reveals when most couples reach dating milestones. First kiss after two dates; sex after four; By Martha De Lacey

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Participants in the new study revealed the average number of dates per week with a new partner was two, meaning that couples tend to first say 'I love you' seven weeks into a new relationship.

First kisses tend to take place two dates or one week into the dating process, and the first time a couple has sex is, on average, after four dates or two weeks.

The research also showed that most partners are introduced to friends for the first time after six dates or three weeks, and that people are most likely to introduce their new boy or girlfriend to their parents after 12 dates or six weeks.

I am sorry you are in the situation you are in. I m not sure why you thought it would be a good idea to enroll in online classes at 2 different community colleges, other than you wanted to balance your family care giving responsibilities with starting back at higher education. Now you know that was not a good idea for you. Since you were providing care giving to both your mother and grandmother, you probably already realized how time-consuming that was. Personal opinion: Unless the student is highly motivated, has good time-management skills, and knows how to conduct course-related research well, online classes are not often the best idea. I doubt if I would ever consider taking an online foreign language course. For now: You will have to deal with your current complex situation - either drop classes and end up with a poor Satisfactory Academic Progress and jeopardize your Federal student aid, or get back up help with your mother and grandmother so you can focus better on your courses and improve your grades. If you don t know what I mean by the phrase "Satisfactory Academic Progress" ask what the requirements are of your faculty/academic adviser at one or both of the community colleges. For the future: I suspect you may do better by taking classes at just one community college at the bricks and mortar campus, if you have the time with your family care giving to do that. You will need to talk your situation over with your faculty adviser at one of the community colleges. I recommend focusing on the actual campus which is closest to you. Make sure you have reliable back up help for your family care responsibilities, too, so those people can take on some of the family care responsibilities so you can focus on your classes and assignments. If you don t have any back up help, then I recommend you hold off on taking more community college classes, including online classes, until your family care burden is lighter. Note: I have done care of elderly family members and know how emotionally draining it can be and how time-consuming it is. Once you are enrolled in classes on-campus at a CC, become familiar with the campus library. The reference librarians will prove most helpful in guiding you to good sources of information to complete your course assignments. Be sure to seek tutoring in classes you seem to be struggling with as soon as you feel you are not fully comprehending the subject matter. If you feel you need to focus on your family care responsibilities and cannot continue with any college-level courses, you can take no-cost/no college credit courses online. They will help you learn new things and keep up your morale until you can return to a bricks and mortar campus. One of my favorite web sites, Lifehacker.com publishes a list of free online courses from well-respected US colleges/universities 3 times a year - Fall Semester, Spring Semester, Summer Session. This is the link to the latest list: * http://lifehacker.com/5938782/plan-your-free-online-education-at-lifehacker-u-fall-semester-2012 The article is about Fall 2012 semester classes. This is another web site, from the Goodwill Community Foundation listing free online courses: * http://www.gcflearnfree.org/ (Goodwill the service providing jobs and training to disabled adults, the organization with the thrift stores all over the place) Librarians--Ask Us, We Answer! Find your local Public Library at: * http://www.publiclibraries.com/ Find your College/University Library at: * http://lists.webjunction.org/libweb/Academic_main.html Best wishes