My fiancé is 46 years old and I'm 21, we've been together for over a year. I've noticed even more since we moved in together that he doesn't like going out to public places with me. If anyone makes a slight comment about our age difference, he'll be upset the rest of the day. One time we were at a park and he told me that I shouldn't be so affectionate in public. I tried talking to him about it, but he says everything is fine. As of lately he seems to be more jealous. I take care of myself and look pretty for him, but just a few weeks ago he told me that I don't need to go to the gym anymore. Maybe he doesn't want me anymore and he'd rather be with someone closer to his age. The more I try the more upset he seems. When it's my turn to cook, I make his favorites. I also bought some lingerie to surprise and we had a great night, but when I suggested to go out the next day he accused me of not wanting to be alone with him. I really need some advice on how to make this better. The wedding is in 3 months and I'm having doubts. How can I save my relationship or should I give up?
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It's not on you to save it. He has insecurity issues and he need to think about what he really wants. I think him asking you to get married while he has these issues is a big mistake and a red flag. You need to tell him what you want in the relationship and he needs to tell you what he wants. See if you can compromise on the major issues or what are deal breakers. If not you might need to postpone or possibly call off the engagement.1