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I dont have the time for a relationship/boyfriend :/ Watch

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    Id like a relationship at some point but I dont have time for one :/. I work through the week (or am at uni getting home at half 6) and train for athletics every evening either running or gym. By the time Ive finished and showered its bedtime and im up at 6am again. I train weekends in the morning too, worksaturday evening and catch up with uni work on sunday evening. I guess could spare an hour or 2 thats it. I dont even have time for a social life let alone a boyfriend.
    How do youlot find time?
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    There's no rush to be honest. No need to get out your way just to get a boyfriend. You have a busy schedule as it is with sports as well as uni work, so you would have to make sacrifices. Whether it's worth making those sacrifices to make time for a relationship is down to you. Perhaps once uni is over you can look properly.
 
 
 
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