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My Boyfriend is Wonderful, but Not Ambitious or Successful

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My girlfriend is extremely lazy. She expects me or her mother to pay for everything for her, her daughter, and my daughter. Now she sits around and does nothing.

House is trashed, dishes have been sitting in the sink for a week. So I start cleaning and doing everything. I have a feeling that ending the relationship is becoming my only option as this has been going on for 11 months now with no signs of her even trying.

All I can tell you is really think about your decision. What I mean is if maybe in a couple of months you start missing her and want back into her life, she might be long gone. I mean really think hard about this. If you genuinely feel you can do better and in a better place mentally and physically. Your post paints a funny picture. To yourself, you are a hard worker who comes home to two children and a woman-child who does nothing all day.

To her, she is a mother who raised and protected and nurtures two children, including your child all the time. Someone who likes things filed alphabetically. Maybe a bit high strung and demanding of efficiency and a spotless environment.

The dishes would if I knew that she spent 3 hours looking at cat videos on YouTube. I reckon that she sees looking after two kids as her job and her contribution. I think that you should put your heads together and explore ways of her making money from home. Even just a little here and there between minding the kids. Internet poker, the underwear thing.

Whatever suits her. As for the dishes. Put on a Beatles record and do them together while playfully joshing her and spanked her and stuff. Remember why you got with her in the first place and what it was like. I see something different. I thought the pajamas all day could be depression. Does she drink? Honestly, a drug habit would be too much for her LOL; we can rule that out.

I see something more, though. I had a similar situation with my ex. Left for me to pick up. Every single day. One or two times, okay. So I mention it and ask for cooperation in this area. And it happens again and again, month after month.

I had to wonder,. Does he hate me? Like, clean up my waste, peon. It felt aggressive. So, I stopped picking them up, and his Mom came over and saw over 20 bottles all over the living room. Back to her. Now is she mad or resentful about something? Was she always like this? I have to be honest with you, Steven, I have a slight problem with the my daughter, her daughter thing. Real Talk, love. She kind of needs to know that you guys have reached critical mass.

You are about to jump ship, and she needs to know. If the foundation is there with her, you can turn it around. What I said about my daughter, her daughter might be a thing. Our daughters, right? Force yourself to open your heart. Hi, Steven depression could definitely be a factor. Maybe try to help her out at home and see if the two of you can get back on the same page.

Maybe she needs to focus and get back on track. What I see is that the two of you need to that togetherness back and find a way to work through it as a couple. Can you get her to go to couples counseling? Can you find a way to express yourself to her without seeming offensive and make her realize that it is a problem for you? That it is something that will eventually threaten your relationship.

I get the pajama thing, but that is just a personal annoyance. I have seen, it has more to do with feeling casual, I guess.? Name required :. Email will not be published required :. Click here to Start New Topic. Previous Topic. Next Topic. Search for:. Viewing 5 posts - 1 through 5 of 5 total. Steven Guest. Seeker of Souls Guest. Midge Guest. Seeking Answers Guest. Notify me of follow-up replies via email.

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Girlfriend won’t look for a job

My girlfriend is extremely lazy. She expects me or her mother to pay for everything for her, her daughter, and my daughter. Now she sits around and does nothing. House is trashed, dishes have been sitting in the sink for a week.

Christina, 29, has been with her serious boyfriend for several years. Whenever they go anywhere, she now pays for them both.

My girlfriend Kristen lost her job almost a year ago and my patience is wearing thin. If I were in her shoes, I would be networking with everyone I know to find a job. But Kristen just applies to jobs she sees online. I also think I would find part-time work to get out of the house, keep up my energy and bring in some income. I think her shyness contributed to her getting fired, which makes me certain she needs to get better at social interactions.

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We have known one another for about ten years dating on and off, taking a four year break at one point. We are compatible on many levels, but there is one thing that continues to turn me off from ten years ago to now and that is his lack of ambition to be successful professionally. I find the sexiest thing about a man is his intelligence, and no matter if a person is well read or not, a great deal of intelligence comes from professional life experience. I should be happy to have a man who loves me and I can trust. I think everyone here can feel your pain. In such circumstances, there are no decisions to be made. Which means the world is grey, not black and white. This is the calculus of dating. Which is why giving advice on such individual matters is somewhere between impossible and pointless. Someone told me recently that women expect men to fulfill ALL of their needs, which sets them up for failure.

How to survive as a SAHG (stay-at-home-girlfriend)

Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Originally Posted by Lieneke. I don't think so. My son and I have an open honest relationship. If he didn't like what I was saying, he would say so, but he would not shut me out of his life because I voice an opinion.

January 1, my mom asked us to drive for her since we did'nt spend the new year's eve with her. You want a neat, clean house.

I make my living flying around the world, talking to women about how to take control of their money so they can afford their dream life. But after six months of dating heaven, you discover a problem — his financial situation sucks. His checking account is constantly overdrawn, his five-figure credit card debt is accruing interest at an alarming rate, and his retirement account is a whopping zero dollars.

My Boyfriend Can’t Find a Job and It’s Driving Me Nuts!

My girlfriend and I relocated together to California and, as I got a great job, she said she could work from anywhere with her job, as it is commission based. In the last 3 years, she has not been able to contribute to the expenses for anything. She does cook every night for my 2 sons, does the shopping and some lite cleaning.

I am a stay-at-home girlfriend. When my boyfriend goes off to work, I spend my days cooking, cleaning our two-bedroom Greenpoint apartment and trying to look good for him when he comes home. I never planned on this lifestyle; my corporate job of four years was outsourced in October when we were already living together. I was actually the third of my female friends living with her boyfriend to wind up out of work, and all of us, to some degree, adhere to stereotypically Stepfordish rules to keep our relationships afloat and ourselves sane. Here are mine:.

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Sep 6, - What to do when a person, supported by you, refuses to earn income. Or if s/he accepts a position, s/he doesn't work hard at it and so soon.

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