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Dear Dish-It, My Boyfriend Says I Study Too Much


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Dear Dish-It,

My BF is trippin' because I hang out with my friends after school to study. He thinks that it takes up too much of my time. I have to study. My friends think that I should dump him but I would crush his heart and I really like him. What should I do? Should I make do or should I break it? I need some real advice.
pinkgirl03


Dear pinkgirl103,

Your boyfriend clearly has his priorities a little mixed up so it's a good thing you've got your head on straight. Dating can be lots of fun but it shouldn't be the most important thing in your life. You should definitely be putting your homework ahead of socializing with the BF, like you've already been doing. I don't think you have to dump your BF to get your point across but you should let him know that, although you enjoy hanging with him, your studies are always going to come first. He'll either deal with your current schedule or end things - the choice is his. Good Luck!


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