How far will you go for love?

@mogg20 (173)
February 8, 2007 12:21am CST
A friend of mine is in his final year in law school. His girlfriend's parents have recently decided to move to another country permanently, and is taking their daughter with them. Well my friend is so in love with his girlfriend that he quit school to be with her. Of course his parents were very much disappointed with his decision, but were unable to do anything to change it. Which makes me wonder, is such a sacrifice worth it? My friend was in his final year, and will be graduating next April (2008) if he didn't do what he did...
2 responses
• Philippines
12 Feb 07
i say anything is possible between the time he's in school and his girlfriend a million miles away. I guess it's a good decision, after all. Check him out and see if he's happy. lol
• Philippines
8 Feb 07
Oh come on... Would the girl's parents be also taking your friend with them to that other country? Why did your friend and his girlfriend not just marry here as they are already of age? And he may continue his studies? If the situation is true, then your friend should not be a lawyer because his judgment is poor. He can go there which means he has money. Both of them, your friend and his girlfriend are not yet ready to get married primarily because they cannot as yet stand on their own foot. And that's not love if they don't fight for their love and just follow their parents blindly. That's nonsense.