Questions about realtionships and young love.

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masterwam
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I am at university, a law student, a conservative and Im interested in the trends of society and one of the things that has always bothered me is why people get into relationships at what i would call a young age. To make things less complicated, my query is specifically the age range of 13-22 (uni leaving age).

Lets consider the divorce rate nationally of around 50% or so or in simpler terms the chances of a relationship being maintened are very low. Lets then consider schooling, commitments and the need to get good grades to progress in life. to conclude, why is a relationship even appealing when there are so much more important things than love.
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because humans are afraid of being (totally) alone.
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Have you considered you can have good grades/ a career and love they aren't exclusive things
( I m 22 soon to be married and in a job I love and no one whose met me calls me young, mature is a common description of me)
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