I've been dumped twice now. They said I was controlling and that I expected a lot money wise or some shit. Realistically I asked them to split the bill or chip in more, I'm not a taxi or a bank card. Both times I initially did not take it well being broken up with as everything seemed fine to me, I though couples were supposed to work on their problems not just give up and quit. 1st girlfriend dated 6 months she's 22. 2nd girlfriend dated 6 weeks she's 32.
Most Helpful Girl
Not every relationship is gonna work out or should work out... most don't. Obviously if two different women had the same complaint, it's worth considering how you approach certain issues. I don't think the issue is that you expect them to pay their share, but it's probably the way you approach it.1
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I always reflect on a lot of things in life, I think every experience you can learn from so at the end of a relationship I'll always spend some time thinking about what I did and what she did and where things went wrong, more in an attempt to see if there is anything I could improve on in the future.. I haven't been dumped outright before, rather relationships I've been in have run down to the point that it was mutual, usually a lack of commitment from both parties.
Splitting the bill is an interesting one, I'm always happy to pay for her.. But if I get the impression that she's relying on me paying for her and doesn't have any intention of paying for herself then I won't and to be honest I'd probably breakup with her.0