I think you're courageous. <br />
Yes you are young, and yes there is a lot you haven't dealt with yet, and studying while living together is not an easy task, but if you love and trust him enough to want to try it, I'd say go for it. <br />
I hope you do make sure you have some sort of safety net, just in case.
Good to hear that. You're welcome.
As long as neither of you are compromising your relationships or future goals too much, i think it's good. For example, if you will lose favour from your families for doing this, then it might be unwise (unless you don't care for them). If either of you is making big sacrifice, it might not be worth it, and someone couldl hold it against the other in the future. But if all the pieces fit, then I think it's great!
Damn that sounds like all the pieces fit! I wish I had your perfect life!!!
Yeah, everyone's got ups and downs, as I'm sure you'll experience in the future. But to me it sounds like you've got everything pretty well figured out for a good while. Just make sure you enjoy it! And thanks very much for the good wishes.
as far i see it both of you think and d things together and support each other which all shows your maturity at a young age..age does not count all the time.there are many people who luk mature when they are old but maybe the world's biggest babies.! u are continuing your education which is a good call...and you guys learnt to love each other no matter what.so go for it...listen to your heart.but finish your schooling
Congratulations! You really have to do what is best for you. Why does how society views it matter? There are questions you ask others and those you don't. This is definitely in the latter category. Make your own choices and live you own life.
Well first of all HOW SPECIAL! School in Canterbury...Like in Thomas A` becket?? The relationship...Personally I'd wait till after school. ( two big steps at one tine thingie)
Tw tho and good luck oxox