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Which is more important?? Most adults would say studies!! I have no idea why! Maybe because they got bored of relationships lol! Some others say studies nor relationships are important! Being happy and enjoying life that's all what matters! :holmes:
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you got to weigh up happiness now, and money in the future
which one is more important ? who knows
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Education.
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Krishhh hi!!!! My prefrontal cortex is telling my studies but when I get a Crush studies go out the window
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Why can't both be equally important? "system overload" lol
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Both? It's quite possible.

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Both are pretty important, and I don't see why both aren't possible.
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Studies every time.

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The right kind of relationship wouldn't necessarily hinder your studies. In other words, if you both bring out the best in each other. A lot of the boys I teach at school actually became more mature once they got a girlfriend as I suppose they didn't need to show off as much in class any more.
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(Original post by Krish_a)
Which is more important?? Most adults would say studies!! I have no idea why! Maybe because they got bored of relationships lol! Some others say studies nor relationships are important! Being happy and enjoying life that's all what matters! :holmes:
Both are important, and help you to develop as a person. Relationships can affect your studies, and studies can affect your relationships. Having a good balance, allows you to keep both. Being biased towards one may cause you to lose both.
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Doggy style and revision go hand in hand if you use your lover's back.
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There's no reason why you can't have both.
My boyfriend and I got together during GCSEs. We're now 20 and at uni (me Medicine, him Chemistry) 400 miles apart. Never have I felt he's holding me back, and I hope he feels the same.

It's all about balance.
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Frequent sex complements studies pretty nicely.
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A good relationship will be good for your mental health, stress levels etc, which will be good for your studies.
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Even I think in the same way!! Good Relationships makes you happy!!
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I don't know what kind of relationships you are talking about (I am assuming romantic), but given my age, I will go for studies. Just less complicated and most teens now are just pointlessly dating and falling 'in love' etc. At my age, I just don't get it; light-hearted relationships are nice but I know girls around my age who have been engaged
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Education is main priority, relationships are on the side, they're sort of two seperate things imo.
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I had to make this decision, sort of, a few years ago. My boyfriend at the time asked that I move back in with him in a different city. I was nearly a year into college at this point and I was seriously considering it, though it would have meant leaving college and waiting until September to start a new course in his city. I talked to my personal tutor about my conflict during a review of my work. I said I knew it didn't really involve him so he was clearly biased towards me staying but he pointed out how well I was doing, why would I give that up? I eventually chose to stay and we broke up months later. Thank god. I told myself never to put a relationship before education again.
You shouldn't need to make this choice, if your relationship is getting in the way of your education then there's something wrong with it. Education is incredibly important. Relationships are important too, but they become a part of your life, not your entire life.

EDIT: A similar story from my friend, his girlfriend was jealous of him being around a particular girl on our course and pressured him into leaving and taking up a different course. (Just for context, he DID have a crush on this girl but didn't act on it.) He didn't like the new course and he's soon to start the new version of the course he was on before. She broke up with him anyway.
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Relationships are probably more important. But, if you ever have to choose - choose education - if the relationship's worth it, you can make it work.
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