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Lots of people manage both of them.
Its different for everyone, this is just why I'm assuming that some people need to pick
But if you chose you career over someone you love that would mean you didn't love them in the first place and your job may be a bit toxic if it takes too much time.
Not really that's just having priority, I'd much rather make sure I have my life and future secure so I can treat the woman I love as often as possible, I think it would be worth waiting to date until I felt like I could make myself the best version of myself
There would be no point dating a girl if I had to divide my attention and not give her the treatment she deserves
Except career is until are in your 60s. If you 'love' someone and pick your career, then you love your career. You can work a relationship by seeing someone just 1-2 a week if you truly love each other. I personally see no excuses.
And my point still stands. If your job requires all your attention that is unhealthy and you should find aomething else anyway
Not really, it's all about preferences and what matters to you more as a person, I am work oriented so having a full schedule for work is healthy for me and makes me happy, you shouldn't be so quick to judge people on what they enjoy, that in itself is kind of toxic
Ok, stay single for the rest of your life then
Like how you're being toxic to the people who volunteer to give opinions on a question you asked, while at the same time your calling me toxic lmao you need to grow up sunshine