Dating career guy

We’ve been seeing each other at least two to three times a week for two months. Donna owned her own small business, traveled around the world, and made upwards of six figures. I hope I’m wrong, but I know I’ll be right.” Was I lashing out a little? One year later, I wrote a book, dropped out of film school, and started e-Cyrano profile writing.She was also divorced and really wanted to settle down, get married and have kids. Five years later, I was married to a woman who believed in me and saw my potential.We went out maybe 5 times before she told me that she couldn’t continue to see me. There is the 40-year-old guy who stays in a safe low-end job because he has no real ambitions for his career.There is the 30-year-old guy who is content playing video games and smoking pot and doesn’t take any initiative in getting an adult life on track. “Successful in his last profession, but wasn’t happy with his job anymore and decided to leave.

Oooh, yeah, work that upholstery attachment that you read about in the Miele manual.4. Every guy comes to the realization that being jealous of your guy friends just makes him look sad and lame.

You’ll never come home exhausted from work and feel like you have to nonstop gab right away. Shyness is p strongly correlated to modesty, and if you don’t ask him for details on how his big pitch at work went, he’ll probably skirt right over it.

You can both cuddle without the crushing pressure of filling every minuscule gap in a conversation. The bigger the accomplishment, the more your convo feels like 20 questions. And you’re constantly learning crazy huge chunks of information about him. He’ll also ask you things no one else ever thought to. Because he’s not the type to interject a lot (or, at all), bigger group settings make him seem like all he’s secretly roasting everyone in his head between every silent, polite nod. Because he’s so shy, the people who end up being his closest friends are usually the kinder, more patient people who won’t immediately write off that person standing awkwardly by themselves at a party.

He was successful in his last profession, but wasn’t happy with his job anymore and decided to leave.

In the midst of switching careers in a tough economy and getting his second Masters degree, he has accrued some debt (and maybe a little chip on his shoulder, but that’s a different dating question! He is very smart and I am sure he will get on his feet again, but is it wrong of me to not want to be with him until he does or unless he does? I am 32 and a successful lawyer, so him not being financially secure right now is not really an issue for me. Anyone who knows me for a short time knows that I’m a doer, not a talker.


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