insertclevernamehere wrote:Don't let anyone question your heart.
If your boyfriend is offended that you want to go to a significantly better school that is 2 (or even 20) hours away from where he lives (as quickquestion suggested he would be), I think you guys have bigger issues.
If your boyfriend is NOT offended, you have bigger issues. "Oh, we could go to grad school together. Or you could go to a marginally better school for more money that's 2.5 hours away meaning we'll barely ever see each other? That's great honey! Yeah...whatever you decide!" Cold blooded.
sandiecohen47 wrote:Go to Moritz. 2.5 hours is honestly nothing. If your relationship can't last a 2.5-hour distance, it wasn't meant to be.
I'm pretty romantic, but "meant to be" is just bullshit. You either attempt to make it work, or you don't.
beesknees wrote:Definitely don't choose your school solely based on being closer to your SO. I did for my UG and then broke up with him one semester of freshmen year lol.
Shocking. High school --> UG relationships are a whole different beast.
baboon309 wrote: quickquestionthanks wrote:
Considering every law school above the T30 is exactly the same (
), I don't think it really makes a difference.
Why T30? Why not T25 or T23 or T18 or Yale
There's a pretty good argument to be made for the T14 being it's own category. However, I was being facetious (hence the eye roll) and mocking that mentality. Still, she's not debating between Harvard and Hastings.
OP: You keep saying you haven't been dating for "all that long." That is where the disconnect is coming from, since most people would consider that a pretty serious relationship. You've also failed to mention your boyfriend's attitude about this. Have you talked to him about it? Please do report.