By Anonymous - 15/06/2015 02:40 - United States
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You should try to work this out, but if it is something that happens a lot, I can't se how he is of any good to you OP, sorry.
That and his profile shows him to be a very weird dude with little understanding of how to communicate properly. Personally, my girlfriend is the breadwinner and couldn't be happier with our relationship. Just because society said the man has to be the provider doesn't mean that you can't have a successful union where the woman is the provider. The time I don't spend working I use to make her life easier...I can wake up everyday and focus my full attention on her and how to improve our lives. I'm also a successful professional internet marketer/gambler, but her executive position in a Fortune 250 corporation brings in more than enough and were happier than any couple I've ever met.
#71 props to you, but I wouldn't feel fulfilled as a man staying home while my partner works hard. I would feel the same if I were a woman though. I like to provide for my loved ones, aren't you afraid she will leave you for a working man/colleague? As their lives are way more similar and they can relate to eachother better.
He sounds like an ungrateful child. If this is a normal thing and he can't figure out how to contribute, he's no good for you. Sorry OP
Wow, make him help out or leave him.