Dating and the law

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Also, because law school is so stressful, we understand the irrational stress and both accept the "its just fucking law school stress" as a legitimate excuse for some of the dumb shit we do or say sometimes.And, getting to go out with someone and enjoy not law school together is pretty great.We established pretty early that it would be bad to work against one another and try and sustain a relationship, so instead we help one another and are encouraging.I did really well on a practice exam that she didn't, and she was proud of me but also asked for feedback. It isn't seen as a "he is better than me" it is seen as an "I'm proud he did well." I think that's important to establish.You might already be using creative visualization exercises to ensure you stay in tune with your belief that you can achieve your goals, but consider tailoring your approach to give online dating a more central role.

Not only do we get sexytimes as study breaks, we can bounce substantive law questions off one another, critique resumes and cover letters.

So it makes sense to start thinking about how to tailor Law of Attraction tools to interactions in the world of the Internet.

The great news for online daters is that there is plenty of fun, creative and effective ways to use the Law of Attraction when setting up a profile, exchanging messages and suggesting meetings.

But it seems like once everyone started to realize we'd be seeing each other all-day, everyday that it stopped. A few people are now in relationships but it is also pretty awkward knowing that someone's bf or gf banged another person in the section while their SO is painfully oblivious to the fact.

I also know of at least two people that have cheated on their SO within the class. Moral of the story: don't date within the law school. Sleeping around might be okay, but probably still isn't worth it.

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