I talked to my fiancé as passively as possible but he still said that both was wrong. I told him that it would be better to break off the engagement and see if things worked for a few months. And if I saw no change, breaking off the relationship all together would be best (we were calm). He took it well, so we'll see how it goes from here. We agreed that if we ended up breaking up, we could put the the house for sale and each receive what each of us spent on it.
Most Helpful Guy
Age is not the problem here. The problem is being unable to adjust well together. Men actually feel more comfortable being with younger girls because of their youth and beauty. But in this case he is more worried of what people will think. Full blown love usually should not have allowed to go waste in such a way. Things should have been patched up in amicable ways.0
Most Helpful Girl
It's better to be single than to be with someone who has the problem that he has. Once a man gets tangled up in his own insecurity, he's no kind of sound partner. You deserve someone who does not have these issues. Only he can deal with them but most people never get past things like this. I'm happy you spoke with him about it. Any future with him is not going to be happy.2
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