So the summer is officially over and fall has started, which means it’s getting colder and when it gets colder people love to bundle up, or perhaps cuddle up. This is called “Boo Season.”

During the summer most young people were having fun and probably playing the field. They probably weren’t concerned with finding a “boo” they were more into “summer flings,” but now that the fall season is here and the holidays are rapidly approaching, people are recruiting for “boos.”

Now the “older” generation is probably reading this and shaking their heads at the today’s generation. However, since I am all about positivity, every topic and issue will be flipped around to something positive, something good.

Technically “boo season” is just that a season. Once the fall and winter seasons are over, people usually start breaking up, but why do people recruit for a season? Nothing is wrong with having a companion by your side that you can call on and confide in.

Over time things evolve, a friendship starts to evolve. Things will change; yeah you might’ve only seen this person as someone who you can keep warm with and occasionally have fun with during the fall and winter seasons, but the longer you hangout with a person the more attached you become to that person.

Think about it, it’s like food. Say you never tried sushi before and never wanted to try it, but a friend invites you out to a sushi bar and you decide to try, but only for that one time, then you end up liking it and the next thing you know sushi is one of your favorite foods. It’s the same thing with relationships. You may not be the relationship type, but then you meet someone who changes you view on relationships, so you start to pursue that person more and as time evolves you’re ready to give your all to that person.

So with the question can “boo season” be more than just a season? The answer is yes, of course it can! With time and getting to know a person better a relationship is sure to evolve and if a relationship doesn’t evolve then a friendship most definitely will. Now if the two of you were just cuddling up and watching movies and no communication was involved, then “boo season” is just a season.

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Naomi K. Bonman is a graduate of Clark Atlanta University where she holds her Bachelors of Arts in Mass Media Arts with a concentration in Journalism. She also holds her Masters of Public Administration. She is the Founder and CEO of Awakened Media Enterprises, Inc. which owns Purposely Awakened. She has been in the media field since 2006 covering beats that range from social justice, community, entertainment, sports, fashion/beauty, and culture news.

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