Problem with dating married man

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I wasn’t just paying for EVERYTHING ALL THE DAMN TIME, but I was picking up after them, reminding them when their bills were due, and handing them so they could go out with their friends and get a drink when they were broke ― which was more often than not.It was exactly like the relationship I had with my parents when I was 15, except I wanted for gas money to get to the mall for a Orange Julius with friends.Learn more about how Oath collects and uses data and how our partners collect and use data.Select ' OK' to allow Oath and our partners to use your data, or ' Manage options' to review our partners and your choices.But I also know that you can’t do that every night of the week, because, well, unless you have a trust fund and zero responsibilities, life doesn’t permit such things. That was a concept that none of them could really grasp. I’m usually fairly laid back and not much pisses me off ― except social injustices, of course.So while I always had fun with these man child guys, at some point you realize that doing pickle back shots at 4 a.m. But over the course of my relationships with these man children I was forced to nag, like really nag, because OMG dudes just wouldn’t listen or do what they were supposed to do!As I mentioned, the man children I’ve dated were “artists.” As a fellow artist, in my own right, I get that when you’re pursuing your art you feel that having a “real” job, as in a job that actually pays a proper wage, can you make feel like a sellout. But what I understand more is that you can’t do your art, or whatever your passion is, if you don’t have a cent to your name.And if you don’t have a passion, you still need a damn job… The worst part about dating a man child is that eventually you feel like a fool…

I mean, they made an effort, but they made an effort in the way my first boyfriend did ― a sort of half-hearted attempt in which they didn’t really care if I climaxed, but they pretended like they did.And if they do admit to something they did, it's never their fault, of course, because they’re always the victim. Honestly, this isn’t meant to be a superficial judgment of one’s clothing, but I believe every grown-ass man needs at least one suit.Not only did none of the man child dudes that I’ve dated didn’t own a single proper suit, but one of them didn’t even know how to tie a tie. He was literally Googling how to tie a tie before meeting my parents for the first time.While in bed a grown-ass man gives a damn about your pleasure, a man child is just…well, honestly, I’d rather rearrange my sock drawer than ever have sex with another one.

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