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If our finances do not change in one month, I just might end this rollercoaster. I often get asked what the danger signals are with men and I point out the key ones in my post on red flags (print and keep if you are drawn to assclowns) and how to spot emotionally unavailable men (print out and keep if you tend to be drawn to the emotionally stunted), but that doesn’t stop many readers from looking for loopholes and making excuses.But, I am not getting any younger and we already have to undergo IVF to make the dream of family a reality. I get injuries happen, but the avenues available to injured people she pretty much will not explore.We have gone through marriage counseling for over a year and while that seemed to improve things quite a bit, the problem still remains.... I don't want to live with all of this resentment anymore. She's also extremely fussy of jobs she will do.He wants to keep at a distance, and it’s likely that he’s emotionally unavailable, an assclown, or both. When a man is too lazy to communicate with you properly, why waste the air you breathe on him?Trust me, if lazy communication exists in your relationship, there are other problems lingering there just waiting for you to open up Pandora’s box.So you’re going to want to think long and hard about whether the two of you are really compatible and what kind of differences you’re okay with. There will always be tough times that test you both and ask for compromise, but I truly believe that the majority of the time relationships should bring joy, inspiration, and happiness to both of you. You know deep down what the answer is and where your truth lies.
You are either saying bullsh*t to avoid the reality of him or repeating things that he has given you as an excuse for his rubbish relationship behaviour.
As I write, it is the Christmas season and while everyone is joyful, shopping, enjoying dinners out and spending time with family etc., here I sit hoping that I can make the mortgage payment.
We both have Masters degrees, and while that is a great accomplishment, we both have massive student debts that the minimums aren't being met on. Now, any sane person would recognize that things need to change in order to bring another life into this world and I completely agree.
Years ago my long-term (ex) partner wouldn’t even entertain a conversation about marriage or having children.
Of course, all of our ideas and opinions aren’t always going to be exactly the same. But is there a mountain of differences or even just a few big ones that make you really uncomfortable? You might find that for a while you’re both able to come to a happy compromise or in the beginning of the relationship you can avoid those big contentious issues. They’re going to shine bright at some point or another, and if both of you feel strongly about the topic it’s going to make your relationship extremely difficult.