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Professional wrestling is one of the weirder parts of the cultural landscape. One part theatrics, one part soap opera, with a slice of athletic ability, professional wrestling events are one of the few places where families can go to watch grown adults strut around in elaborate costumes and hit each other with chairs. Crazy stuff. If you're one of the millions of kids who cheered at the defeat of some dastardly foe in the ring and have considered becoming a professional wrestler yourself, be warned: It's not easy. Whether you're being body-slammed in pay-per-view WWE championships or just participating in small-scale charity matches at the local gym, mastering the performance aspect of professional wrestling is quite a skill, and the physical toll it takes on your body is no joke.
As high school sports seem to get more and more competitive, the more dedicated the athletes are. I date a wrestler. Wrestlers have the hardest practices, stricter diets, and no free time. Everybody likes Friday night football games, but how about everyday-except-Sunday meets.
But let's be real — today, they could have easily dated for seven months or more without ever labeling it or defining it whatsoever. I've often wondered about the mental and emotional implications of this trend. What is the psychology behind casual dating? Why do we do it? Does it have an impact on our psychological well-being?