Sometimes, you may feel that you need to have this person in your life, that having them in your life is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and that if you lose it you will regret the rest of your life.
Do you see yourself as a romantic type of person? Do you carry romantic feelings toward the opposite gender?
Well, while pursuing your CA course, it can so happen that you come across someone you feel attracted to and get taken over by the thoughts of and feelings for that person.
Besides being a CA student, you are a living person having thoughts and feelings after all, and feeling romantic is a human trait.
In this article, we’ll talk about romance and the CA course.
Well, that sounds yuck!, isn’t it? “Romance and the CA course.”
Moving on, if you happen to feel all romantic and get obsessed with romantic thoughts during your CA course, there are certain important things you need to pay attention to, so that 6 or 12 months from now, you do not end up in the loop of repeatedly failing in the CA course. It is better to be better informed in life than not to be, isn’t it?
Romance is natural
Well, as a teenager or a young adult, it is natural to start liking someone or to develop feelings for them and get obsessed about them. At the same time, while you are pursuing the CA course, there are things that help you to go on to become CA, and there are things that do not help you. Where do the thoughts and feelings of romance fit in here, and how do they impact your life as a CA student?
When you start liking someone romantically, your thoughts and feelings begin to revolve around romance, and depending on your nature, days, weeks, months, and sometimes, years go by, with you being overtaken by romantic thoughts and feelings.
And while you are pursuing the CA course, whether you realize this now or not, time is of the essence. Your days, weeks, months and years in the CA course are important for you to use them for the purpose with which you have opted the CA course.
Will it help you in becoming CA?
While, sometimes, you may feel that you need to have this person in your life, that having them in your life is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and that if you lose it you will regret the rest of your life.
But, when you look back at your life 5-10 years from now, you will most likely be thankful to yourself if you used your time, energy, efforts and focus on the things that helped you to achieve the goal you originally set out to achieve and build all the major aspects of your life, such as your career, finances, social and personal life.
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