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Do highschool relationships last?

A place which enables the genesis of some beautiful relationships as individuals struggle to survive the worst phase of their lives is commonly known as high school. This article illustrates how long

Do highschool relationships last?

Okay, nobody is writing about high school sweethearts or love triangles. By relationships I mean the special bonds of friendship that are created over the 4 years of utter confusion and agitation. 
In the day and age of pessimism and negativity I say,
“YES, THEY DO LAST.” 
Nothing comes easy kids, you’ve got to put efforts into ensuring that your relationships last and don’t just last like a 55 year old bed ridden man but like a 103 year old lady still “living” life.  

So in order to maintain relationships that don’t just last but also flourish you need choose the relationships that you perceive to be of great importance and then commit to ensuring that they’re fresh and only growing with firm roots. Now, these relationships that are important to you should naturally be important to the person on the other end of the line too, so understand that of at any point you feel that its one sided, don’t be cognitively adamant and emotionally foolish. 
“IF IT IS ONE-SIDED ITS TECHNICALLY NOT A RELATIONSHIP BUT ONLY YOUR WHIMSICAL FANTASY HENCE, WHETHER IT LASTS OR NOT ISN’T MY CONCERN :)”
Right, I might be an 18 year old amateur with absolutely zero general knowledge and a very low intellectual quotient but please, I’m a lady with a social circle so tight and well preserved you’d think its a cult. So take it from me, I have all the people important to me in my life even in circumstances where I haven’t met them for 2 to 3 years at a stretch. 

Now, you’d think I’m lying because  I couldn’t have graduated at the age of 15 in order to analyse whether high school relationships last or not and you’re right I am no Asian Mathlete. 
HAHA, YOU’RE HALF-WRONG. 
I didn’t graduate but I did change school at the end of 10th grade and oh oh I know what it takes to maintain relationships with people that are very different because I now am managing two very different friend circles at once either of which I haven’t physically met for over a year. 
With that assertion of my EQ superiority, let me tell you to <<better believe me>> and understand that a little commitment to making something last only lengthens the course of its existent. 
So, graduating class of 2017 be good and don’t forget your beloved wanna be friends. 

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