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queenmeelzx
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So I obviously want to study really hard and get into oxford and get a 1st class PhD in Law but my parents seem to think that getting a boy is distracting?

I personally think that if he is working hard himself and remains in his own lanes, he's alright to be in a relationship with?

Idk opinions?

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You said you were 13 on another question, so you seriously shouldn't be thinking about relationships at this age. Enjoy your youth ;3
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(Original post by queenmeelzx)
So I obviously want to study really hard and get into oxford and get a 1st class PhD in Law but my parents seem to think that getting a boy is distracting?

I personally think that if he is working hard himself and remains in his own lanes, he's alright to be in a relationship with?

Idk opinions?

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I would think definitely a relationship is a kind of distraction and puts u off a bit. you will.find urself less reading and less concentrated than before but if you r feeling lonely or alone then maybe a relationship can help but also a good friend can do the trick and I would go with a friend because in case you get in a relationship then you create feelings and might want to be with your partner all the time which will distract you.
my final words are that knowledge is the best friend a person can ever have....
however it comes with some sacrifices like friends..
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"getting a boy"
how much you getting him for?
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"getting a boy"
how much you getting him for?
Ugh i'm speaking like the people at my school, I hate that, sorry.
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But for your education, though?
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(Original post by queenmeelzx)
Ugh i'm speaking like the people at my school, I hate that, sorry.
dw I was joking 😂
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dw I was joking 😂
Oh lol 😂
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Feeling very much the same as this right now, I am keeping my boyfriend secret from my parents because they rave on about boys being a distraction and bad for girls. I see him at college only so nothing crazy can happen between us there, and I see it that as long as I know I'm working as hard as I can, a little break with my guy shouldn't harm.
It's possible but you just have to be careful that your work ethic and his remain a priority, but your happiness should always be number 1! X
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Ahem...

I beg to differ, I think that girls are more distractative than boys
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Well, if he studies well, then I don't think it is a distraction. Especially, if he studies your subject. Both of you could help each other out, study together etc. Its not a distraction even if he studies different subjects, but it just means you can study together but not talk much. Ngl, I would love to have a girlfriend like that with me, studying.
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Indeed i.e if you're planning on getting into Oxford.
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Ahem...

I beg to differ, I think that girls are more distractative than boys
Thats because the boy is ALWAYS checking up on the girl, in my experience anyway
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Thats because the boy is ALWAYS checking up on the girl, in my experience anyway
No way, girls always need more attention.
They either get the attention they need or the relationship ain't gonna go anywhere
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It could be a distraction, but so could everything other than your studying - friends, family, TV, books, music. But, as long as you keep working hard and don't become, well... obsessed? with the boyfriend then it won't be bad for your studies - it could even be good. x
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Thanks man
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A relationship is a distraction from studying, that doesn’t mean it’s wrong to have one. Eating is a distraction from studying, sleeping is a distraction, going out with your friends is a distraction. As long as you can manage your time, then it’s totally possible to have both a relationship and success. Just know your priorities.
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No way, girls always need more attention.
They either get the attention they need or the relationship ain't gonna go anywhere
Nah, only the petty girls are like that.
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(Original post by queenmeelzx)
Nah, only the petty girls are like that.
Damn, guess I only pull the petty ones smh
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