If I bring up guys who I see at work or school a lot, or even the gym who I think are hot, it bothers him. Which I get but for the gym especially, what makes him think he has the right to rarely come out with me, yet complain that I go when there are some attractive guys also working out? Sounds like he wants his cake and to eat it too.
It feels like it's reached a breaking point. I can't see this lasting long-term in all honesty... him saying sorry has lost all meaning because he says it so often, says he's trying his hardest but nothing's changing.
Does this sound like reason enough to ask for a break, or potentially break-up after we discuss?
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I stopped reading after the first paragraph. Nothing should come before you! that's if you are significant enough for him.
We all have goals, jobs and obligations. If he valued you he wouldn't make you feel like the last on his list of priorities..
Your feelings are vaild. You have every right not to settle1