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Skip to :. Anonymous 1. Report Thread starter 10 years ago 1. Female, I have been with my boyfriend 27 for 3 months officially. We get along well, never argue about anything, he's sweet and romantic and I'm very fond of him. He lives about 30 mins walk from me, so not very far. I work office hours, he usually works late, or if he's not working late he's really tired and just sleeps.
I tend to see him about once per week. I understood this well in advance of us getting together and I was totally fine with it. I'm proud that he's working so hard to build a better life for himself. I know it will only be temporary, and he will eventually be qualified and earning a decent wage. I'm always understanding when he has to change plans we have made, because I know and accept that his work and studies have to be his no1 priority. Thing is, I'm now starting to feel a little frustrated. I live on my own, he lives just 30 mins walk away and yet I hardly ever see him.
He never stays over, because of work the next day although I've said he can stay at mine and go straight to work from here so even when he does come over it feels kinda like a booty call. We hang out for a bit have sex without fail, I only see him once per week I'd go crazy if we didn't and then he goes home.
The frustrating thing is I'm not. I don't think he realises that I feel like this and I'm sure he'd be mortified if he did, but realistically nothing is going to change for the next couple of years. Should I break up with him? Any other suggestions? Not what you're looking for? Sazzy Badges: Report 10 years ago 2. Often we are all too aware of what we are letting ourselves in for but we don't realise how it will make us feel, properly, until we are in the situation, so don't be down on yourself thinking "I knew this, so why am I upset about it?
Yes he is busy, but can he not call you or something? Maybe you should speak to him about this. There isn't really an excuse for it as well if he only lives 30 minutes away! There are things you could easily do together like cooking and eating together etc, and that will only be a couple of hours out of his time That is unhealthy.
Yes he is building a future for himself, but all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.
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