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By  EVR  |  7

okay, there needs to be more info on this. If he's the only one or the one who makes the majority to keep you alive then he is right, you will end up in the streets if he puts more focus on family than work, no guy likes it that way but they deeply care about you and don't want to see you guys in the street, now if its the other way around it doesn't matter, he would have time to focus on family a bit. 2 kids bleed money no matter the age so he needs to focus on work. It also depends on his position, if he works a lot of hours in a very serious job he can't just drop a bit because they are ready to drop him no matter what. If he has the time to focus on family then screw him but if it's the latter then he is in the right.

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By  Maddie White  |  5

Tell him if he truly means that, get ready to live the life he's always wanted and soon work WILL be all he has, because you will leave him and take the kids with you.He needs to figure out his damn priorities. If that doesn't wake him up, nothing ever will.

By  EVR  |  7

okay, there needs to be more info on this. If he's the only one or the one who makes the majority to keep you alive then he is right, you will end up in the streets if he puts more focus on family than work, no guy likes it that way but they deeply care about you and don't want to see you guys in the street, now if its the other way around it doesn't matter, he would have time to focus on family a bit. 2 kids bleed money no matter the age so he needs to focus on work. It also depends on his position, if he works a lot of hours in a very serious job he can't just drop a bit because they are ready to drop him no matter what. If he has the time to focus on family then screw him but if it's the latter then he is in the right.

By  Chazzster  |  20

It’s a losing move to try to make an income earner choose between their career and their family. It’s a false choice - both are important. And a person can have both. Without a career and a job it’s economic disaster. Without your family it’s a lonely existence. OP instead of asking your fiancé to choose between his work and you learn how to appreciate both sides of your fiancé.

By  theyellowgoose  |  2

depends on the situation. is a kid in the hospital? is it their birthday party? if not, then work is more important. how will you keep a place to live and food to eat otherwise?!

By  Jillian Cosby-Kelly  |  14

that's a horrible feeling. I can see a few jobs being that important, but only a very few. it really depends on what he does and how long hes done it. if this is something you signed up for ydi, but if this situation was forced on you, walk away as soon as you can.