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Languages: ja

Birth Date: 1994-11-06

Body Type: bodyTypeAverage

Ethnicity: ethnicityAsian

Hair color: hairColorBlack

Eyes color: eyeColorBrown

Subculture: subcultureGlamour

Date: September 23, 2022

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  1. You don't need anyone's permission to end a relationship. Your goals in life have become incompatible with eachother, and your needs are not being met. Those are both perfectly valid reasons to break up. In fact, staying together when you've both made it clear you want different things from life is doing you both a disservice. If the relationship has run its course, thats all there rrally is to it. If you truly feel it cannot be salvaged, just rip the bandaid off.

  2. Oh no ?not this happening to you more than once ?. Yeah it’s rough. He actually did have a short relationship with this girl but he ended it a few months ago. When they were together it forced me to face my feelings and did actually help me to move on for a bit. I thought I was completely over him until a few days ago when he told me he went on a date with a girl and it went well for him. That feeling of dread and jealousy came back … so prob not completely over him lol

  3. 100% correct that he got married to trap you. Unfortunately, sometimes it can be so well hidden that we don't know until already married/pregnant/dependent. It's not your fault for getting here, but now it's your responsibility to yourself to get out of there right now.

  4. I was hoping he would be more forward in contributing to at least the gas, electric, council tax and food shopping but he hasn’t even once offered.

    I want to bring this up but 1) I really don’t know how as I don’t like confrontation 2) I earn a lot more than he does so should I even bring it up? Or am I just expected to pay for everything?

    He isn't psychic. If you want him to contribute financially, tell him that.

    The implication here is that you did not discuss finances before moving in together? Yikes. The best time to do that was BEFORE he moved in. The next best time is now.

    Consider splitting shared bills proportionate to your incomes. (Google it.)

    How do I bring up that I want my boyfriend to contribute to the household bills?

    “Babe, we need to talk money. I wish we'd done it before we moved in, but there's no time like the present. My expectation is X; how do you feel about that?”

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