check out Suzuka ! its really different that what you usually find out there ! [link] this has a lot of focus on the RELATIONSHIP part and another one is myself:yourself a really interesting one ! lots of tragedy , but still has its own amazing parts
Kare Kano, better known as His and Her Circumstances. A good chunk of it takes place after they start dating, although the ending is somewhat infamous. If you just kinda... skip the last episode, it's really worth watching. Completely and utterly adorable.
There's also Midori no Hibi, which is also completely adorable and fun to watch, though there is some nudity. No sex or anything perverted, just uncensored scenes of girls bathing once or twice.
Pretear is also good if you don't mind magical girls and that it's pretty short. It's one of the better magical girl shows around though and the relationships are all touching and sincere.
Definitely Special A Class, it's hilarious and romantic. Skip Beat is pretty good fun too, but it stopped after a few episodes (not too abruptly, but still...) Ouran High School Host Club is mainly a comedy, less romance but cute. Romeo & Juliet is adorable. Itazura na Kiss too (besides, there are a lot of episodes ^^) Kimi ni Todoke, the art is good and the beginning is real cute, but it's reaaaal slow... If you want a bit more action coupled with romance, I'd recommend Black Blood Brothers, it's fun, taking, and the love story gets to you quite easily
If you're determined to see something that continues after the couple get together, Clannad: After Story is probably your best bet, but I didn't like it that much. Personally, I'd suggest going for Lovely Complex or maybe even Natsuyuki Rendezvous. Video Girl Ai might be worth a shot if you really want something based on a shonen manga.
Oh gosh, I remember that. I wouldn't watch that again even if someone asked me to. Such a morbid ending. Since I like happy endings, I didn't really like that one. Plus, the character death ticked me off.
Ohhhhh, usually I can appreciate dark humor, but it just seemed out of place in a shojo. especially in a school setting. i guess, for me, it kind of defeated the purpose of watching shojo because, given shojo's reputation for happy sappy endings, I tend to watch shojos BECAUSE there's that certainty that everything will just work out in the end. Like, that's usually my reasoning for picking a shojo--when i just want to watch something optimistic. Otherwise, I wouldn't touch it; in fact, i normally can't stand the genre.