I don't know if I just have OCD because I like things a certain way, I don't know if I just have unrealistic expectations but its been a lot of weight and I don't really know how to handle it.
I've been with my boyfriend for about three years, we've lived together for two years now. I'm 19 years old and he's 27. Everything has been fine and we really connect in every way possible, but lately there's just been too many of those arguments about little things that blow up into bigger things... if you know what I mean? lol..
He recently got laid off work and just sits around the house all day, literally doing NOTHING.. and I'm away at work and school and then coming home and end up cleaning up everything, cooking and then cleaning up after that. When I wake up in the morning before I leave there's always something else to clean.
I don't understand what's so hard about wiping up something that was spilled on the counter, or washing the one dish you used, or putting your dirty clothes in the effin hamper not in front of it on the floor.
I really HATE to be the girl that nags, so I avoid it at all costs, but this is getting ridiculous. And I've talked to him about it and its just literally in one ear and out the other. Its getting really stressful and I don't really feel happy anymore, just stressed and mad. He can tell when I'm upset and he is constantly asking me what's wrong, and when I tell him (always the same answer - what's going on and how I feel about it.) he just acts like he gets it but obviously not because nothing has changed!
He really is a smart guy with a lot of potential, but since he lost his job he's literally just been an effin bum! wtf?!
Advice please? (sorry this is so long)
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Sounds like you're more mature than him. Kinda sick of him that he was 24 going after a 16 year old by the way. Oh well. And if you can't have an open and honest conversation about it with him and he's not trying to help, sounds like you should kick his ass out (if you are on the lease or whatever) or should move out (if he owns the place) and get away from him. It'd probably be in your best interest and might make him get his ass in gear.0
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