- No you sacrifice whatever it takes
- Yes you have to be realistic.
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I've been in a similar spot as her. Fell in love with a boy I knew for years and we could only see one another a few times a month. My parents are strict and wanted me to focus on school. They hated every boy that i liked because they thought those boys only wanted sex from me. Well i had told my parents that we were going to move out because i was of legal age but they threatened to cut off my school expenses and disown me. At the time I was only a full time student and I depended on my parents money to get through school. I was sheltered throughout my life and never had a job yet so i was not confident in myself to face the world. if i moved out with my bf, i would be losing my family who had supported me my whole life. It was a bad internal conflict bc at the same time I really cared for my bf. I wanted to be with him so badly but felt like maybe it just isn't the right time. I didn't want us to struggle. He was also in school and only had a part time job. It would definitely have been hard for us and I didn't want that for him. I felt like shit and thought of a better life for my bf, which didn't include me. And I thought he would be happier in the long run without me. So i broke things off and never spoke to him again until years later when things were different.
I think maybe that's what may have gone through her head. But i dont know her so I can't be sure.1