Staying with someone for convenience Watch

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Do you think it’s possible to stay with someone for the convenience? If you’re at the same uni, on the same course, and you go from friends to being in a relationship? You both like to party and are in the same friendship group but upon graduating realise that it will not last further than that.

Is it possible to have a convenient relationship for 2-3 years?!
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Do you think it’s possible to stay with someone for the convenience? If you’re at the same uni, on the same course, and you go from friends to being in a relationship? You both like to party and are in the same friendship group but upon graduating realise that it will not last further than that.

Is it possible to have a convenient relationship for 2-3 years?!
If you don't see the future together, so what for do you need this relationship? Be friends.
On the other hand, convenience with a beloved person is also important.
Anyway, I don't see the reason to waste each other's time if there are no feelings
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It is possible, particularly for people who are afraid of being single or left alone.
But these sort of 'convenience relationships' often also involve significant financial advantages or getting something free.
Sometimes opportunities relating to career introductions or academic help.
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Yes, absolutely possible.
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