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She should maybe be considering whether the job is worth sacrificing her well being and relationships.. Is it leading somewhere better? Particularly since you weren't together for that long before hand so you weren't already 'in it for the long haul' where a year is just a speck of your relationship. Do you think you want to marry this girl eventually? and not something sustainable anyways! If it is a stepping stone though.. It's difficult because you can't really give her an ultimatum, you or the job, but that situation sounds dreadful for both of you.. Does this job situation have an end? and there is a visible end to it you might want to tough it out? Because after a year you do want to feel as though the relationship is moving forward, I do understand that. Oh man, that is a tough one..added by Eli for Dhilsana on 02.11.2019 in 12:41
"But on the other hand, generally speaking, I feel that some nasty women are using this as a threat to the other party in order to cover their one-night stands eh?"added by Castino for Dhilsana on 25.10.2019 in 16:12
Now he is with a new girl and they have been together for a year and he is nothing but faithful to her. For example, my ex cheated on me a few times and I gave him no reason to. So, I'd say don't judge someone on their past. I would say no at first. But, people do change and grow up and learn new things about themselves and what they want. If they are a mature older adult and have a history of cheating on everyone they have been with then thats a different story. Just use your best judgement. He was the same way to his girlfriends before me.added by Capetown for Dhilsana on 28.10.2019 in 09:25
I hate drama and cant stand sh*ttalking. I live in Greybull Wyoming. Im outgoing, kind, a rebel, neat freak, loveable, trust worth, open minded, and a. I am 31. Pretty much just keep to myself.