I occasionally travel and visit family, and while there I help with cooking, trash, change diapers, get dishes done, take the kids to school, park, library, and activities. We've got a roof, heat, food, and lots and lots of love. You should be thankful you found some one who is appreciating you especially in this world. My future hubby and I make approximately the same amount of money although we do very different jobs. I will have a stable career that makes an average 30k+ salary once I finish post-grad. For the moment of game even if you don't like each other, you come together. He is a lovely guy, a few years younger than me, and spoilt me totally.
But i want him to want something better! And i am at the stage where i really want someone to be there for me, be able to rely on them , and i dont know if i can with this guy. I think you have to be respectful of other people's money, no matter your gender and no matter how much more they make than you do. Your post answers that question. Some of us are dying inside and want nothing but to do better in a world that seems cursed at times. In that conversation there is never mention of a women…of getting married and having children.
I am 24 with degree and good stable earning he is 26 have an art certificate. Do not go into detail about your finances esp if you make a decent salary. Perhaps the criminals that are slaughtering baby girls when born have the right idea, but the wrong gender…This is what a man today gets from a woman. His ex refuses to remove it out of spite, yet she still calls him, harasses him and wants him back. There were seen as rich average looking guy. Changing the oil in my car, etc.
He could repeat the process over and over with different women because who gives a shit about these whores. In this case, the initiative has to, without a doubt, come from the richer partner and their family. Find a woman who wants you to be the breadwinner and provider, and wants to be what you want her to be, and go have a happy life. If the man refuses to work or only works part time then the woman may feel like she puts in more effort. He is struggling to find work, and his mum is on his throat all the time with work and money. My experience in hand being the primary example.
I have everything I need and want. We still remain best friends today, but he really wants to get back together. So he is out the door and I am back to being single again. However, I do agree with you that it isn't exclusive. That is unfortunate, but I get it. At that time, I had a steady girlfriend of over a year, and never had trouble with women before.
Not with money, but with his loyalty and kindness to me. We learn from each other. His mum said a lot of relatives will be coming home and there will not be anymore space to accomodate me, and that they will be busy with family. I don't mind covering entertainment and outings and will often do the same with friends who have jobs, but make less than I do. Ultimately, it is not about rich or poor … its about honesty, and respect.
Of course if you date a dead beat self absorbed leech things are going to go wrong. She will likely be less understanding of your situation. Do not worry I will pick up the tab this weekend. He struggled with an English course and ended up washing out of a program. If someone wants to be stable, i applaud them for being honestly stable, but to turn away and scoff at people because others thing they are a burden? They may value your affection less, or even see it as their privilege to occasionally cheat.
Whenever he failed at something, he just expected to be comforted and easily gave up. So otherwise until I am in industry with a full salary there are certain things, especially pricier gifts, that I don't want given to me. A fiscally impoverished marriage is a gutting embarrassment. Now I can relax and just keep home while she pursues the career she's always wanted. At no point do we see a relationship between a harworking woman that supports her husband that stays home and looks after the children. I know many women in long-term marriages who did not look down on their husbands during the Great Recession and he lost his job or had it significantly reduced. Did he have that before you married him, or was that a discovery after-the-fact? My family was well ofg.
What this, and so many articles have made exceeding clear is that there is no hope for me or other men like me. Yet I treat my mate with dignity and respect. You are a very empowered woman and you deserve a man who will love you right because you trully deserve it believe me. But still… Only early days. But he felt with all his money I wasn't worth a dime. Today's homes are too quick not to cherish, teaches you can. They are energetic Recently my friends and I had a catch up over a downtown dinner.