That's a hard hurdle sometimes man. It should definitely be addressed sooner rather than later though. That sort of attitude never changes and always comes back to bite harder down the road, if swept under the carpet.
Many a girl have left me when they ask me if I'm happy with the way things are and I say yes. Lol Apparently that wasn't the answer they were looking for.
Seems as soon as they start going to school and/or getting ambitious at work to "better" themselves is when they expect something they deem as equal in value from you/me. My response is the same every time, "We obviously have a different definition of betterment."
I'll never change, I like remedial work for moderate pay because I appreciate reduced responsibility. As few bills as possible, no property to pay taxes on or care for, no children to maintain, old cars I can work on and no monthly payments other than rent, insurance and utilities.
I'm a happy person without question. Sure some things suck in lacking someone to share it with, but I'm just not what women are looking for in the long run.
I hope, for you, that you two talk it out and come to some sort of compromise or, better yet, agreement. That's a lot of time invested into something to just let slip away.
Last edited by BeyondTheBox; 05-21-2013 at 03:45 AM.