Where do I even start?
Then there is this other guy who I just met this semester. He is super nice and we just went “out” this past weekend. I really enjoyed talking with him and I laughed a lot. But he isn’t in school, but wants to go back to school and be an artist (which even he said wasn’t a steady job).
*So my question is, is it wrong to look for a guy that will potentially have a good/steady job and solid career? Is that shallow? * I guess I like guys who have a plan and are driven in a career, is that not a good thing?
|October 19, 2015 at 15:40|
That is not shallow in the slightest. You’re looking out for yourself and your interests; you’re being cautious. You want to be sure he can provide for you and himself. You’ve got standards, and any guy you foresee a future with has got to have those standards. There’s nothing shallow about your situation at all! 🙂
|October 25, 2015 at 12:23|
Thank you so much for your reply! Definitely helped reassure me in my decision. I ended up telling the artist guy that I was not interested in a relationship because he was way more into me than I was attracted to him (just something didn’t feel right to me). I decided to break it off before either one of us got hurt, no matter how awkward the conversation was. 🙂
|October 25, 2015 at 14:55|
You are definitely not shallow! You need to know that your husband won’t be struggling to support himself, let alone you and potentially kids 🙂 You want a motivated guy with grit and the drive to succeed in life. Good luck in your endeavors!
|October 28, 2015 at 17:01|
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