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But you know when you have found someone special and you stick with each other despite each other's changes - and you also realise that the grass isn't always greener on the other side.
nuff said :) Andrew Meredith, Chippenham, Wiltshire Thirty years on we're watching various Uni marriages among our friends founder... You have a choice: if you and your "when-we-were-20 partner" aren't the same people after the maturing process, it can still work. Whilst it may be true that graduates from other universities do not tend to marry people they met at university, this is certainly not true of St Andrews where over 50% of graduates are married to someone they met at university (the highest rate in the UK).
"The wanderlust in males takes a bit more cooling to settle than it does for females who are looking for bonds and love from an earlier age." Add your comments on this story, using the form below.
I met my wife at University in Hull when we were 19 and 20.
"The kind of man I would have picked at university is very different from the man I ended up with.
If I had met someone who wanted to have a family I would have wanted to break out in my 30s to become the writer I've become." Crisis point University provides a cocooned existence which acts as a safety net, says Glenn Wilson, a psychologist at King's College London.