When my husband tells me "I think I can do better." Is it time to give up for the sake of my emotional health?

Bethjo192
"I think I can do better. As far as a better connection and someone who is at the same point in life."
Is the whole thing he said.
We have been married for 5 years. We are 24 years old. We have been together since we were 15 had a baby at 17. Since I found out I was pregnant he always told me that he wanted me home with our son, so I put school on hold. I went back to school 2.5 years ago full time. I just transferred to start working on my MBA. Recently he has been wanting me to contribute more so I started making a website and adding inventory to a website for his friend and his business as well as being a full time student and taking care of our son and normal at home stuff like cooking, cleaning, laundry. He has also hinted for me to get a part time job which I explain making a few hundred dollars a week will only pay for a baby sitter or daycare for our son and that it isn't cost effective. The last time we tried to fix our relationship was maybe two months ago in which he wanted each of us to put three things we want to change about each other. The ones I put for him were for us to spend more time together and for him to actually take a day off work in hopes to reduce stress. His for me were for me to be less defensive, less negative and to go to the gym. He is the only person I have ever been with romantically or sexually. I am afraid to let go but is it time?

When my husband tells me "I think I can do better." Is it time to give up for the sake of my emotional health?
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